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In the first full-length critical biography of Walt Whitman in more than forty years, author Jerome Loving’s uncovers previously unknown material about this all-American poet, journalist, and author. The book explores Whitman’s rich writings along with his family relationships, his thougts on male-male love, his attitude to race, and his dedication to the union of the American states.
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