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Authors

John Engell

Peer Reviewed

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Abstract

Seeks to resolve the seeming contradiction between Whitman's love of Sir Walter Scott and the great differences between their works by offering a detailed examination of the likely influences Scott had on Whitman; concludes that the "organic evolution and wholeness of (Leaves of Grass) both recreates and transforms Scott's ballads."

Rights

Copyright © 1988 John Engell

DOI

10.13008/2153-3695.1188

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