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Walt Whitman

a.k.a. Walter Whitman

Author Code: AWWX

Born: May 31, 1819 - Long Island, New York, USA

Died: Mar. 26, 1892 - Camden, New Jersey, USA

Whitman's education was limited to elementary schooling and a period as a printer's apprentice. From 1838 to 1848, he worked as an editor for Democratic newspapers, journeyman printer and writer for a number of magazines. In 1851, he took up carpentering (his father's trade) and continued in that trade until 1854. Nevertheless, during these periods Whitman spent much of his time absorbing all he could from lectures, libraries and other sources. In 1855, he published his Leaves of Grass which drew very little attention other than a promising comment from Emerson. Whitman continued to rearrange, add and revise Leaves of Grass through numerous editions until his death in 1892.

He also spent time as a volunteer nurse during the Civil War and was a clerk in the Department of the Interior (1865). After suffering a stroke in 1873, he moved to Camden, where he remained for the rest of his life. Whitman won major acclaim and recognition abroad and is considered one of the most important literary figures of the ninteenth century.

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AWWX001 Leaves of Grass
  Aboard At a Ship's Helm
  Abraham Lincoln, Born Feb. 12th, 1809
  As Adam Early in the Morning
  Adieu to a Soldier
  After the Dazzle of Day
  After the Sea-Ship
  After the Supper and Talk
  Ages and Ages Returning at Intervals
  All is Truth
  America
  Among the Multitude
  And Yet Not You Alone
  Apparitions
  Are You The New Person Drawn Toward Me?
  An Army Corps on the March
  The Artilleryman's Vision
  As At Thy Portals Also Death
  Ashes of Soldiers
  Assurances
  The Base of All Metaphysics
  On The Beach At Night Alone
  On The Beach At Night
  Beat! Beat! Drums!
  Beautiful Women
  Beginners
  Beginning My Studies
  Behold This Swarthy Face
  Bivouac on a Mountain Side
  A Boston Ballad
  The Bravest Soldiers
  Bravo, Paris Exposition!
  By Broad Potomac's Shore
  Broadway
  A Broadway Pageant
  By Blue Ontario's Shore
  By That Long Scan of Waves
  By the Bivouac's Fitful Flame
  In Cabin'd Ships at Sea
  The Calming Thought of All
  Camps of Green
  O Captain! My Captain!
  A Carol Closing Sixty-Nine
  Cavalry Crossing a Ford
  The Centenarian's Story
  To A Certain Cantatrice
  To A Certain Civilian
  Chanting the Square Deific
  A Child's Amaze
  A Christmas Greeting
  The City Dead-House
  City of Orgies
  City of Ships
  A Clear Midnight
  Come Up From the Fields Father
  To A Common Prostitute
  The Commonplace
  As Consequent From Store of Summer Rains
  Continuities
  Crossing Brooklyn Ferry
  The Dalliance of the Eagles
  Darest Thou Now O Soul
  The Dead Emperor
  The Dead Tenor
  Death of General Grant
  Delicate Cluster
  Dirge For Two Veterans
  The Dismantled Ship
  The Dying Veteran
  Earth, My Likeness
  To The East and to the West
  As I Ebb'd With the Ocean of Life
  Eidolons
  Eighteen Sixty-One
  Election Day, November 1884
  An Ended Day
  Ethiopia Saluting the Colors
  Europe
  An Evening Lull
  Excelsior
  Faces
  Facing West From California's Shores
  Fancies at Navesink
  A Farm Picture
  Fast Anchor'd Eternal O Love!
  The First Dandelion
  First O Songs For a Prelude
  To A Foil'd European Revolutionaire
  A Font of Type
  For Him I Sing
  For You O Democracy
  To Foreign Lands
  France
  From Far Dakota's Canons
  From Paumanok Staring I Fly Like a Bird
  From Pent-up Aching Rivers
  Full of Life Now
  To The Garden of the World
  Germs
  To Get the Final Lilt of Songs
  Give Me the Splendid Silent Sun
  Gliding O'er All
  A Glimpse
  Gods
  Going Somewhere
  Good-Bye My Fancy (1)
  Good-Bye My Fancy (2)
  Grand is the Seen
  As The Greek's Signal Flame
  Had I The Choice
  Halcyon Days
  A Hand-Mirror
  Hast Never Come to Thee an Hour
  Here the Frailest Leaves of Me
  Of Him I Love Day and Night
  To A Historian
  How Solemn as One by One
  Hush'd Be the Camps To-day
  O Hymnen! O Hymenee!
  I Am He That Aches With Love
  I Dream'd in a Dream
  I Hear America Singing
  I Hear It Was Charged Against Me
  I Heard You Solemn-Sweet Pipes of the Organ
  I Saw in Louisiana aLive-Oak Growing
  I Saw Old General at Bay
  I Sing the Body Electric
  I Sit and Look Out
  I Was Looking a Long While
  Interpolation Sounds
  Italian Music in Dakota
  On Journeys Through the States
  Joy, Shipmate, Joy!
  Kosmos
  The Last Invocation
  Last of Ebb, And Daylight Wanting
  Laws for Creations
  As I Lay With My Head in Your Lap Camerado
  A Leaf for Hand in Hand
  To The Leaven'd Soil They Trod
  Life
  Life and Death
  Lingering Last Drops
  O Living Always, Always Dying
  Locations and Times
  To A Locomotive in Winter
  Long, Long Hence
  Long, Too Long America
  Look Down Fair Moon
  O Magnet-South
  Mannahatta (1)
  Mannahatta (2)
  To The Man-of-War Bird
  A March in the Ranks Hard-Prest, and the Road Unknown
  Me Imperturbe
  Mediums
  Memories
  Miracles
  Mirages
  Mother and Babe
  My 71st Year
  My Canary Bird
  My Legacy
  My Picture-Gallery
  Myself and Mine
  Mystic Trumpeter
  Native Moments
  Night on the Prairies
  No Labor-Saving Machine
  A Noiseless Patient Spider
  Not Heat Flames Up and Consumes
  Not Heaving From My Ribb'd Breast Only
  Not Meagre, Latent Boughs Alone
  Not the Pilot
  Not Youth Pertains to Me
  Now Finale to the Shore
  Now Precedent Songs, Farewell
  Offerings
  To Old Age
  Old Age's Lambent Peaks
  Old Chants
  Old Ireland
  An Old Man's Thought of School
  Old Salt Kossabone
  Old War-Dreams
  Old, Age Ship & Crafty Death's
  On, On the Same, Ye Jocund Twain!
  Once I Pass'd Through a Populous City
  One Hour to Madness and Joy
  To One Shortly to Die
  One's Self I Sing
  Orange Buds By Mail From Florida
  Osceola
  Others May Praise What They Like
  Our Old Feuillage
  Out From Behind This Mask
  Out of May's Shows Selected
  Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking
  Out of the Rolling Ocean the Crowd
  Outlines For a Tomb
  Over the Carnage Rose Prophetic a Voice
  The Ox-Tamer
  The Pallid Wreath
  Parkles From the Wheel
  Passage to India
  Paths Untrodden, In
  Patrolling Barnegat
  Paumanok
  A Paumanok Picture
  To The Pending Year
  Pensive and Faltering
  Pensive on Her Head Gazing
  Perfections
  A Persian Lesson
  As If A Phantom Caress'd Me
  Pioneers! O, Pioneers!
  Poets To Come
  As I Ponder'd in Silence
  Portals
  Ah Poverties, Wincings, and Sulky Retreats
  The Prairie States
  A Prairie Sunset
  The Prairie-Grass Dividing
  Prayer of Columbus
  A Promise to California
  Proud Music of the Storm
  Proudly the Flood Comes In
  To A Pupil
  Queries To My Seventieth Year
  Quicksand Years
  Race of Veterans
  Reconciliation
  Recorders Ages Hence
  Red Jacket (From Aloft)
  The Return of the Heroes
  Reversals
  To Rich Givers
  A Riddle Song
  Rise O Days From Your Fathomless Deeps
  Roaming in Thought
  Roots and Leaves Themselves Alone
  The Rounded Catalogue Divine Complete
  The Runner
  Sail Out for Good, Eidolon Yacht!
  Salut Au Monde!
  Savantism
  Scented Herbage of My Breast
  Shakespere-Bacon's Cipher
  The Ship Starting
  Shut Not Your Doors
  A Sight in Camp in the Daybreak Gray and Dim
  The Singer in the Prison
  As I Sit Writing Here
  The Sleepers
  Small the Theme of My Chant
  So Long!
  The Sobbing of the Bells
  Sometimes With One I Love
  Song at Sunset
  Song For All Seas, All Ships
  A Song for Occupations
  A Song of Joys
  Song of Myself
  Song of Prudence
  Song of the Answerer
  Song of the Banner at Daybreak
  Song of the Broad-Axe
  Song of the Exposition
  Song of the Open Road
  Song of the Redwood-Tree
  A Song of the Rolling Earth
  Song of the Universal
  Soon Shall the Winter's Foil Be Here
  Sounds of the Winter
  Spain
  Spirit That Form'd This Scene
  Spirit Whose Work is Done
  Spontaneous Me
  O Star of France
  Starting From Paumanok
  To The States
  To The States
  Still Though the One I Sing
  To A Stranger
  Stronger Lessons
  To The Sun-set Breeze
  O Tan-Faced Prairie-Boy
  Tears
  Of The Terrible Doubt of Appearances
  Tests
  Thanks in Old Age
  Of That Blithe Throat of Thine
  That Music Always Round Me
  That Shadow My Likeness
  Then Last of All
  There Was A Child Went Forth
  These Carols
  These I Singing in Spring
  As They Draw to a Close
  Thick-Sprinkled Bunting
  To Think of Time
  This Compost
  This Dust Was Once the Man
  This Moment Yearning and Thoughtful
  To Those Who've Failed
  Thou Orb Aloft Full-Dazzling
  Thou Reader
  Thought (1)
  Thought (2)
  Thought (3)
  Thought (4)
  Thought (5)
  Thoughts (1)
  Thoughts (2)
  Thoughts (3)
  Thous Mother With Thy Equal Brood
  As The Time Draws Nigh
  To-day and Thee
  The Torch
  Transpositions
  Trickle Drops
  True Conquerors
  Turn O Libertad
  Twenty Years
  Twilight
  A Twilight Song
  The Unexpress'd
  Unfolded Out of the Folds
  The United States to Old World Critics
  Unnamed Land
  Unseen Buds
  The Untold Want
  Vigil Strange I Kept on the Field One Night
  Virgina - The West
  Visor'd
  Vocalism
  A Voice From Death
  The Voice of the Rain
  As I Walk These Broad and Majestic Days
  The Wallabout Martyrs
  Washington's Monument, February, 1885
  As I Watch the Ploughman Ploughing
  We Two Boys Together Clinging
  We Two, How Long We Were Fool'd
  Weave in, My Hardy Life
  To A Western Boy
  What Am I After All
  What Best I See in Thee
  What Place is Besieged?
  What Ship Puzzled at Sea
  What Think You I Take My Pen In Hand?
  When I Heard at The Close of the Day
  When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer
  When I Peruse the Conquer'd Flame
  When I Read The Book
  When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd
  When the Full-Grown Poet Came
  While Not The Past Forgetting
  Whispers of Heavenly Death
  Who Learns My Lessons Complete?
  Whoever You Are Holding Me Now In Hand
  With All Thy Gifts
  With Antecedents
  With Husky-Haughty Lips, O Sea!
  A Woman Waits For Me
  The World Below the Brine
  World Take Good Notice
  The Wound-Dresser
  Year of Meteors
  Year That Trembl'd and Reel'd Beneath Me
  Years of the Modern
  Yet, Yet, Ye Downcast Hours
  Yonnondio
  To You (1)
  To You (2)
  You Felons on Trial in Court
  You Lingering Sparse Leaves of Me
  You Tides With Ceaseless Swell
  O You Whom I Often and Silently Come
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