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Abstract

Presents the case that Whitman borrowed a line from Cowper's "On the Receipt of My Mother's Picture Out of Norfolk" for his "Passage to India" and argues that the connection underscores larger points regarding the aesthetic weakness of "Passage" and Whitman's evolution toward a more "conventional logocentrism."

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Copyright © 1992 K. Narayan Chandran

DOI

10.13008/2153-3695.1339

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