7 edition of Civil War poetry and prose found in the catalog.
|Series||Dover thrift editions|
|LC Classifications||PS3204 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 90 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||95000607|
Between J , and Ma , the collective duration of the Comic News and The Bubble, a comparative content analysis of Civil War prose, illustrations, and poetry in Punch, Fun, and the Comic News (because The Bubble was only a brief successor, the statistics from the two periodicals are combined under the Comic News) reveals Author: Gary L. Bunker.
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This superb selection of his poems, letters, and prose from the war years, filled with the sights and sounds of war and its ugly aftermath, express a vast and powerful range of emotions. Among the poems include here, first published in Drum-Taps () and Sequel to Drum-Taps (), are a number of Whitman's most famous works: "O Captain!/5(19).
But, aside from the Civil War poetry here, the second section of this little book is comprised of Whitman's journal entries and letters he wrote during the war. These are first-hand accounts of the war, stories from the make-shift hospitals and the Whitman's poetry style 4/5.
The book also includes a brief introductory note (pp. iii-iv) that discusses Whitman's experiences tending to hospitalized soldiers during the U.S. Civil War. Being familiar with Whitman's poetry from other editions, I was especially fascinated by the prose selections in this volume/5(5). Walt Whitman experienced the agonies of the Civil War firsthand, working, in his forties, as a dedicated volunteer throughout the conflict in Washington's overcrowded, understaffed military hospitals.
This superb selection of his poems, letters, and prose from the war years, filled with the sights and sounds of war and its ugly aftermath, express a vast and powerful range of emotions.4/5(1). Walt Whitman experienced the agonies of the Civil War firsthand as a volunteer in Washington's military hospitals.
This superb selection of poems, letters, and prose from that era includes "O Captain. My Captain!" "When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd," "Adieu.
Walt Whitman experienced the agonies of the Civil War firsthand, working, in his forties, as a dedicated volunteer throughout the conflict in Washington's overcrowded, understaffed military hospitals. This superb selection of his poems, letters, and prose from the war years, filled with the Pages: Walt Whitman's poetry contains some of the most quoted lines in America; a man of astute observatory power, his writings on nature and the essence of life remain potent and utterly relevant.
He had a first hand knowledge of the Civil War from when he worked in military hospitals; filled with sights and sounds of war, Whitman offers keen insights into this tumultuous time in US History.
90 Format: Paperback. Brief Summary of Book: Civil War Poetry and Prose by Walt Whitman Here is a quick description and cover image of book Civil War Poetry and Prose written by Walt Whitman which was published in –. Get this from a library. Civil War poetry and prose. [Walt Whitman; Dover Publications, Inc.,] -- A collection of poetry, letters, and prose by Walt Whitman that were inspired by the Civil War.
Barrett co-edited a anthology of Civil War poetry called Words for the Hour, and her own published poetry includes a chapbook, Invisible Axis. She spoke with the Poetry Foundation from Appleton, Wisconsin, where she teaches English and creative writing at Lawrence University.
You write that the Civil War was a “poetry-fueled war.”. Including the classics of the genre as well as rare period pieces by African Americans and women, and northern and southern patriotic verse and songs, The Columbia Book of Civil War Poetry paints the background of the conflict and its literature in Richard Marius's renowned prose, with each poem introduced by a compelling vignette.
Civil War poetry and prose book emerges is an unparalleled pageant of the war in all its 5/5(3). First in the series is Stuart Moores prose novel Civil War, based on the giant, issue, comic book event from and (not a novelization of the Marvel Studios movie). The release of the novels is well-timed to capture new readers drawn in by Avengers: Infinity War, Originally published online at /5.
This superb selection of his poems, letters, and prose from the war years, filled with the sights and sounds of war and its ugly aftermath, express a vast and powerful range of the Civil War poetry and prose book include here, first published in Drum-Taps () and Sequel to Drum-Taps (), are a number of Whitman's most famous works: "O Captain.
CIVIL WAR POETRY AND PROSE. By Walt Whitman 90 pages New York: Dover Publication, Inc., ISBN # (pbk) Comments of Bob Corbett December This small book of poetry and prose contains most of Whitman’s writings about The Civil War.
Prose, drama, and poetry. Through the slave narrative, African Americans entered the world of prose and dramatic William Wells Brown, an internationally known fugitive slave narrator, authored the first black American novel, Clotel; or, The President’s tells the tragic story of the beautiful light-skinned African American daughter of Thomas Jefferson and his.
O Captain. My Captain. by Walt Whitman. More Cruel Than War by W.S. Hawkins. Robert E. Lee by Julia Ward Howe. The Blue and the Gray by Francis Miles Finch. A Nameless Grave by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
March into Virginia, Ending in the First Manassas (July, ) by Herman Melville. Did all the lets and bars appear. To every just or larger end. "Index to Registers of Civil War Hospitals in Washington, D.C.," Records of the Adjutant General's Office, Record Gr National Archives.
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Civil War Poetry and Prose (Dover Thrift Editions) by Walt Whitman and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Melville responded to the Civil War by writing poetry, publishing this book, Battle-Pieces and Aspects of the War, the year after the war had ended.
The book is dedicated “to the memory of the three hundred thousand who in the war for the maintenance of the Union fell devotedly under the flag of. Novelist, short story writer, and poet Herman Melville is best known for his novels of the sea, especially Moby-Dick and Billy Budd. Though his poetry is read less frequently, critics argue that it too is historically significant, thematically complex, and highly crafted.
Stanton Garner, author of The Civil War World of Herman Melville, described Melville as “the third participant in the mid. New trade paperback size copy of Civil War Poetry and Prose by Walt Whitman.
Dover Thrift Edition. Unabridged Dover ) republication from standard editions of Drum Taps (), Sequel to Drum Taps (), Leaves of Grass () and miscellaneous prose sources. Read "Civil War Poetry and Prose" by Walt Whitman available from Rakuten Kobo.
Walt Whitman experienced the agonies of the Civil War firsthand, working, in his forties, as a Brand: Dover Publications. Selected Bibliography. Poetry. Timoleon (Caxton Press, ) John Marr and Other Sailors (Privately published, ) Clarel: A Poem and a Pilgrimage (G.
Putnam & Co., ) Battle-Pieces and Aspects of the War: Civil War Poems (Harper & Brothers, ). Prose. Indeed, it is difficult to understand his response to the war without understanding his despair for the country before it broke out—a despair that finds expression in his ecstatic poetry and the crescendo of prose attacks on "cringers, suckers, dough-faces, lice" of humanity (politicians) between and ( Preface 18).
Get this from a library. Civil War Poetry and Prose. [Walt Whitman] -- Walt Whitman experienced the agonies of the Civil War firsthand as a volunteer in Washington's military hospitals. This superb selection of poems, letters, and prose from that era includes "O. Weiss first came across O'Donnell's poetry in Evans' book and then again in Andrew Carroll's War Letters: Extraordinary Correspondence From American Wars.
O'Donnell's most well-known poem, which gives Weiss' book its name, is inscribed on the north side of the Memorial Wall at the New York City Vietnam Veterans Memorial Plaza in Battery : Bret Mccabe.
A superb selection of poems from both sides of the American Civil War, this compilation reflects the struggle's heroism, horror, exaltation, and anguish. More than 75 inspired works include famous poems by Melville, Emerson, Longfellow, Whittier, and Whitman, as well as lesser-known verse by Julia Ward Howe, Edwin Markham, and many others.
Battle-Pieces and Aspects of the War () is the first book of poetry published by the American author Herman volume is dedicated "To the Memory of the Three Hundred Thousand Who in the War For the Maintenance of the Union Fell Devotedly Under the Flag of Their Country" and its 72 poems deal with the battles and personalities of the American Civil War and their : Herman Melville.
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It contains poetry, letters, and prose in kind of an odd mish-mash. I think I found the letters the most fascinating, especially so soon after my other Civil War reading.
It made me really want to read a biography of Whitman -- /5(1). Civil War Poetry and Prose Author Whitman, Walt Format/binding Paperback Book condition Used - Very Good Binding Paperback ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Dover Date published Bookseller catalogs Poetry;Author: Whitman, Walt.
This Library of America edition is the most comprehensive volume of the work of Walt Whitman ever published. It includes his poetry and what he considered his complete prose. It is also the only collection that includes, in exactly the form in which it appeared inthe first edition of Leaves of Grass.
This was the book, a commercial failure, which prompted Emerson’s famous message to. Refuting Whitman, the Pulitzer Prize-winning Battle Cry of Freedom: The Civil War Era, written by James M.
McPherson, is the sixth volume of the Oxford History of the United States. This Library of America edition is the most comprehensive volume of the work of Walt Whitman ever published. It includes his poetry and what he considered his complete prose.
It is also the only collection that includes, in exactly the form in which it appeared inthe first edition of Leaves of Grass. This was the book, a commercial. But now Powers has turned his scope on slavery and the Civil War, the most well-trodden battlefield of American fiction.
“A Shout in the Ruins” marches with a phalanx of great novels by Colson. This book presents the "War of Attempted Secession" through the eyes of America's great poet.
It consists of letters, dispatches, articles, and prose selections from Specimen Days (), Whitman's quasi-autobiography. In addition, all of Whitman's Civil War poems are included, some interspersed through the text and others collected in an Appendix.
A magnificent new translation of the enduring epic about the sundering of the Roman lived from AD at a time of great turbulence in Rome. His Civil War portrays two of the most colorful and powerful figures of the age-Julius Caesar and Pompey the Great, enemies in a vicious struggle for power that severed bloodlines and began the transformation of Roman civilization.
A war poet is a poet who participates in a war and writes about their experiences, or a non-combatant who writes poems about war. While the term is applied especially to those who served during World War I, the term can be applied to a poet of any nationality writing about any war, including Homer's Iliad, from around the 8th century BC, and the Old English poem The Battle of Maldon, which.
Buy a cheap copy of Poetry and Prose book by Walt Whitman. Contains the first and deathbed editions of Leaves of Grass, and virtually all of Whitman's prose, with reminiscences of nineteenth-century New York City, notes Free shipping over $Cited by: 5.
All about Poetry and Prose by Walt Whitman. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers () he incorporated the Civil War poems published a few years earlier as Drum-Taps and Sequel to Drum-Taps, including the poems on the death of Lincoln, notably "When Lilacs Last in the Door Yard Bloom'd." Also, the book /5(6).Canceling a day tour through Russia that he was slated to lead, Langston Hughes left to cover the Spanish Civil War on June 30th, The Baltimore Afro-American newspaper sent him abroad to write “trench-coat prose” about black Americans volunteering in the International Brigades with articles being picked up by other news outlets such as Cleveland’s Call-post and Globe : W.
Jason Miller. About the Book. Shortly after the third edition of Leaves of Grass was published, inWalt Whitman seemed to drop off the literary map, not to emerge again until his brother George was wounded at Fredericksburg two and a half years critics have tended to read this silence as evidence of Whitman's indifference to the Civil War during its critical early months.