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

NOTES  240–249



240. Offerings

First published in 1860.

241. Tests

First published in 1860.

242. Torch, The

First published in “Drum-Taps,” 1865.

243. Gods

First published in “Passage to India,” 1870.

244. To One Shortly to Die

First published in 1860.

  l. 8  “you yourself will surely escape” added in “Passage to India,” 1870.

245. Song of the Exposition

Applied to The Centennial, Philadelphia, 1876. (Originally recited for opening the Fortieth Annual Exhibition, American Institute, New York, noon, September 7, 1871.) Published in 1871 under title of “After All Not to Create Only.”

  l. 173  1876 adds “The INTERTRANSPORTATION of the world.”

  l. 181  1876 reads “And thou, America!”

  l. 189  1876 reads “one common indivisible destiny, for All.”

246. One Song, America, Before I Go

First published in “As a Strong Bird,” etc., 1872.

247. Souvenirs of Democracy

First published in “As a Strong Bird,” etc., 1872.

248. As a Strong Bird on Pinions Free

Commencement Poem, Dartmouth College, N. H., June 26, 1872, on invitation United Literary Societies.
First published in “As a Strong Bird,” etc., 1872.

249. Mystic Trumpeter, The

First published in “As a Strong Bird,” etc., 1872.

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