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Walt Whitman (1819–1892).  Leaves of Grass.  1900.

NOTES  230–239



230. Kosmos

First published in 1860.

  l. 7  “all other theories” added in 1867.

231. To a Pupil

First published in 1860.

  l. 6  1860. For “dear friend!” reads “mon cher!”

232. What am I, After All?

First published in 1860.

  l. 1  After line 1, 1860 adds “I cannot tell why it affects me so much, when I hear it from women’s voices, and from men’s voices, or from my own voice.”

233. Others may Praise what They Like

First published in “Drum-Taps,” 1865.

  l. 3  Drum-Taps reads “Till it has breathed well,” etc.

234. Brother of All, with Generous Hand

(G. P., BURIED FEBRUARY, 1870.)
First published in 1870.

235. Night on The Prairies

First published in 1860.

  l. 3  Lines 2–3 added in 1867.

  l. 10  1860 for “sprang” reads “tumbled.”

  l. 15  1860 for “of” reads “on.”

  l. 16  1860 reads “O how plainly I see now,” etc.

236. On Journeys Through The States

First published in “Passage to India,” 1870.

237. Savantism

First published in 1870.

238. Locations and Times

First published in 1860.

  l. 2  1860 adds “What is the relation between me and them?”

239. Thought

First published in 1860 as part of “Thought 4.”

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