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Authors

W. C. Harris

Peer Reviewed

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Abstract

Argues that Whitman scholarship has minimized the extent to which the poet envisioned Leaves of Grass--especially the 1860 edition--as a "New Bible," and explores the possibilities of "neo-biblical intent" as a way of understanding the poet's ambition and accomplishment.

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Copyright © 1999 W. C Harris

DOI

10.13008/2153-3695.1622

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