BY EMORY HOLLOWAY AND HENRY S. SAUNDERS
The Whitman bibliography is now so voluminous that even in a selected list, such as is given here, compression is necessary. Accordingly, the following abbreviations for the longer and most frequently recurring titles will be employed:
A. M. = Atlantic Monthly
A. R. = American Review
B. = Bookman [New York]
B. E. = Brooklyn Daily Eagle
B. J. = Brother Jonathan
Cc. = Critic
Col. = Columbian Magazine
Con. = Conservator
C. P. E. = Complete Prose Editions
Cy. = Century
D. R. = Democratic Review
G. = Galaxy
G. B. M. F. = Good-Bye My Fancy, 1891
H. M. = Harpers Monthly
In Re = In Re Walt Whitman, ed. Traubel, 1893
L. I. D. = Long Island Democrat [Jamaica]
L. I. F. = Long Island Farmer and Queens County Register [Jamaica]
L. M. = Lippincotts Magazine
M. de F. = Mercure de France
N. A. R. = North American Review
N. B. = November Boughs, 1888
N. E. M. = New England Magazine
N. O. C. = New Orleans Daily Crescent
N. W. = New World
N. Y. D. G. = New York Daily Graphic
N. Y. E. P. = New York Evening Post
N. Y. H.New York Herald.
N. Y. T. = New York Times
P. L. = Poet-Lore
R. d. d. M. = Revue des deux Mondes
S. D. C.Specimen Days and Collect, 188283
Tribune = New York Tribune
Stars indicate items which, or parts of which, are believed to be here first listed in Whitman bibliography.
Bookman [New York]. A Bibliography of Walt Whitman. Sept., 1897, vol. 6, pp. 8182.
North, Ernest Dressel. A Check List of Walt Whitman. Book Buyer, Apr., 1899, vol. 18, p. 48.
Triggs, Oscar Lovell. Selections from the Prose and Poetry of Walt Whitman. Boston, 1898. [A Selected Bibliography, pp. 251257.]
The Complete Writings of Walt Whitman. 1902, vol. 10, pp. 139233.
Williamson, George M. Catalogue of a Collection of Books, Letters and Manuscripts written by Walt Whitman, in the Library of George M. Williamson. 1903.
Trimble, W. H. Walt Whitman and Leaves of Grass, London, 1905, pp. 92100.
Moulton, Charles Wells [Editor]. Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors. Buffalo, 1905, vol. 8, pp. 129153.
Page, Curtis Hidden. The Chief American Poets. Boston, 1905, pp. 647650.
Trimble, W. H. Catalogue of a Collection of Walt Whitman Literature compiled [and published] by the Owner. New Zealand , pp. 36.
Jones, P. M. Whitman in France. Modern Language Review, Cambridge, Jan., 1915, pp. 2527.
Ferguson, J. DeL. American Literature in Spain. 1916.
Montoliu, Cebrià. Walt Whitman. Barcelona, 1913, pp. 197203.
II. SEPARATE WORKS
Leaves of Grass. Brookly, New York, 1855. [Imperial 8vo, pp. ixii, 1395. Contains twelve poems without titles. Portrait. Issued in both cloth and paper. Later issues contain press notices. Parts of the preface were afterwards incorporated into various poems.] [Preface reprints: Poems of Walt Whitman, ed. Rossetti, London, 1868. (Also in reprints of 1886 and 1910.) Exact reprint; Trübner & Co., London, 1881. Exact reprint; S. D. C. and in all editions of Complete Prose. Slightly altered; Triggs, O. L. Selections from the Prose and Poetry of Walt Whitman. Boston, 1898. Exact reprint; American Essayists. Colonial Press, 1899. Same as in S. D. C.; Payne, Wm. M. American Literary Criticism, 1904. As in S. D. C.; Prefaces and Prologues to Famous Books. Collier & Son, 1909. The Harvard Classics. Exact Reprint; Oxford Book of American Essays, 1914, ed. Matthews, Brander. As in S. D. C.]
Leaves of Grass. Brooklyn, New York, 1856. [16mo, pp. iiv, 5384. 2d ed. Portrait. Poems printed with titles, twenty new ones added. Contains Emersons letter of 21 July, 1855, to Whitman, and a reply; also a number of press notices. On the back of the cover is printed I greet you at the beginning of a great career, R. W. Emerson.]
Leaves of Grass. Boston: Thayer and Eldridge, Year 85 of The States. (186061.) [12mo, pp. iiv, 5476. 3d ed. Portrait from painting by Charles Hine. Contains many new poems. Issued in both paper and cloth. A spurious reprint of this edition was issued for many years in New York; it may be distinguished by the absence of the following words on the back of title-page: Electrotyped at the Boston stereotype Foundry. Printed by George C. Rand & Avery.]
Leaves of Grass Imprints. See post, Sect. VI, Thayer and Eldridge.
Drum-Taps. New York, 1865. [Pp. iiv, 572, paper.] Reprinted, as in the current authorized Leaves of Grass, by Chatto & Windus, London, 1915.
Sequel to Drum-Taps. (Since the preceding came from the press.) When Lilacs Last in the Door-Yard Bloomd. And Other Pieces. Washington. 18656. [Pp. 124.] Issued with Drum-Taps, 1865. [Paper.]
Leaves of Grass. New-York, 1867. [12mo, pp. iiv, 5338, iiv, 572, 124, 136. 4th ed. Contains Drum-Taps, Sequel to Drum-Taps, and new poems. Half leather. No portrait.]
Democratic Vistas. Washington, D. C., 1871. [Pp. 184. Paper. General Notes printed later in various parts of Complete Prose. Vistas added to Prose works in the Two Rivulets volume, 1876. Separate reprints: London: Walter Scott, Camelot Series, 1888; London: Geo. Routledge & Sons, Universal Library, n. d.; London: J. M. Dent & Sons, n. d. , Leaves of Grass [1 vol.] and Democratic Vistas.]
Passage to India. Washington, D. C., 1871. [Pp. iiv, 5120. Pamphlet containing 73 poems.]
After All Not to Create Only. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1871. [Pp. iviii, 924. Afterwards as Song of the Exposition.] Reprinted in Transactions of the American Institute, Albany, 1872. Incorporated in Leaves of Grass, 1876.
Leaves of Grass. Washington, D. C., 1871. [8vo, pp. ivi, 8384. 5th ed. New poems added. Some copies have as annexes Passage to India and After All Not to Create Only. Later copies are dated 1872.]
As a Strong Bird on Pinions Free, and Other Poems, Washington, D. C., 1872. [Prose preface and seven poems. Pamphlet, pp. iix, 116, and advertisements.]
Memoranda during the War. Camden, New Jersey, 187576. [Prose pamphlet, pp. 168.]
Leaves of Grass. Camden, New Jersey, 1876. [12mo, pp. ivi, 7384. 6th ed. Portraits. Half leather. Some copies contain a few short additional poems.]
Two Rivulets. Camden, New Jersey, 1876. [12mo, pp. 132, 184, 118, iix, 116, 168, iiv, 5120. Portrait. Half leather. Poems and Prose.
Leaves of Grass. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 18812. [12mo, pp. 382. 7th ed. Portrait and new poems. Suppression of this edition being threatened, the publishers abandoned it.] Reissued by the author, Camden, 1882, and later by Rees Welsh & Co., and David McKay, both Philadelphia, dated 1882 to 1884. There are also English imprints: Trübner, 1881, Bogue, 1881, and Wilson & McCormick, Glasgow, 1883.
Specimen Days and Collect. Philadelphia: Rees Welsh & Co., 188283. [12mo, pp. ivi, 7374. Portrait. Later copies bear the imprint of David McKay.] Glasgow: Wilson & McCormick, 1883. Republished: in all editions of Complete Prose; London: Walter Scott, Camelot Series, 1887; London: George Routledge & Sons, Universal Library, n. d.
November Boughs. Philadelphia: David McKay, 1888. [8vo, pp. 140. Portrait. Prose and a few poems.] Paisley, 1889. [Incorporated in subsequent editions of Leaves of Grass and of Complete Prose.]
Complete Poems and Prose. Authenticated and Personal Book (handled by W. W.). 188889. [Large 4to, pp. 1382, ivi, 7374, 1140, 12. 600 copies.]
Leaves of Grass. Special pocket edition, 300 copies, May 31, 1889, autographed. [12mo, pp. 1404, 118. Morocco. Portraits. 8th separate ed. In this edition the prose essay A Backward Glance Oer Traveld Roads is placed at the end of the volume, where it has been retained in subsequent editions.]
Good-Bye, My Fancy. Second annex to Leaves of Grass. Philadelphia: David McKay, 1891. [8vo, pp. 66. Portrait. Poems and prose. Incorporated in subsequent editions of Leaves of Grass and Complete Prose.]
Leaves of Grass. Philadelphia: David McKay, 1892. [12mo, pp. 438. Portrait. 9th ed. Cloth or paper.] Manchester: The Labour Press Society, n. d.
Complete Prose Works. Philadelphia: David McKay, 1892. [8vo. pp. iviii, 7522. Subsequent issues bear different dates.]
Leaves of Grass. Boston: Small, Maynard & Co., 1897. [8vo, pp. 455. Portraits.
90 copies printed on hand-made paper, with four additional portraits, First issue to contain Old Age Echoes. Subsequent ed. by D. Appleton & Co. and Mitchell Kennerley are from the same plates. English imprint, London: G. P. Putnams Sons.]
Complete Prose Works. Boston: Small, Maynard & Co., 1898. [8vo, pp. xiii, 527. Portraits. 90 copies on hand-made paper, with additional portraits. This is the first ed. to contain the note Walt Whitmans Last, published in L. M., Aug., 1891. Subsequent ed. by D. Appleton & Co. and Mitchell Kennerley from the same plates.]
Notes and Fragments: left by Walt Whitman and now edited by Dr. Richard Maurice Bucke. Printed for private distribution only. [London, Ontario], 1899. [225 copies. 4to, pp. 211. Reprinted in the Putnam Whitman, 1902, vols. 9 and 10.]
Walt Whitmans Diary in Canada with Extracts from Other of His Diaries and Literary Note-Books, Edited by William Sloane Kennedy. Boston: Small, Maynard & Co., 1904. [Portrait. 8vo, pp. 73.]
An American Primer. Edited by Horace Traubel. Boston: Small, Maynard & Co., 1904. [8vo, pp. 35. Portrait. 500 copies. First printed in A. M., Apr., 1904.]
Lafayette in Brooklyn. Introduction by John Burroughs. New York: George D. Smith, 1905. [8vo, pp. 26 (not paged). Portraits. 250 copies.]
Criticism, an Essay. Newark, N. J.: Carteret Book Club, 1913. [A short rough draft. 100 copies.]
III. COLLECTIONS AND SELECTIONS
Poems by Walt Whitman. Selected, edited, with introduction, by William Michael Rossetti. London: J. C. Hotten, 1868. [Pp. 403.] Reprinted by Chatto & Windus, 1886 and 1910.
Poems of Walt Whitman, with introduction by Ernest Rhys. London: Walter Scott Publishing Co. n. d. . (Canterbury Poets Series.)
Gems from Walt Whitman. Selected by Elizabeth Porter Gould. Philadelphia: David McKay, 1889. [Pp. 58.]
Autobiographia. Selected from Whitmans Prose writings by Arthur Stedman. New York: Charles L. Webster & Co., 1892. [Pp. 205.]
Selected Poems. Edited by Arthur Stedman. New York: Charles L. Webster & Co., 1892. [Pp. 179.]
Poems by Walt Whitman. (Penny Poets series), London: Review of Reviews Office. n. d. . [Pp. 60, paper.] (The Masterpiece Library.) Introduction by W. T. Stead.
Selections from the Prose and Poetry of Walt Whitman. Edited, with an introduction, by Oscar Lovell Triggs. Boston: Small, Maynard & Co., 1898. [Pp. 257.]
Leaves of Grass with Variorum Readings and a Department of Gathered Leaves. Philadelphia: David McKay, 1900. [Pp. 496.] [A reprint of 1872 ed., but recent issues, without indication on title page or elsewhere, contain 1876 poems.]
Walt Whitmans Hymn on the Death of Lincoln, with colored frontispiece and initials drawn by C. W. Ashbee. London: Edward Arnold, 1900. [Only 135 copies printed, all on vellum.]
Leaves of Grass. (Selections.) New York: H. M. Caldwell Co., 1900. [Issued with the imprint of Harrup & Co., London.] [Pp. 88.]
The Complete Writings of Walt Whitman, issued under the supervision of his Literary Executors. New York and London: G. P. Putnams Sons, 1902. [Ten volumes containing Leaves of Grass; Complete Prose; Calamus letters (to Pete Doyle); Notes and Fragments; Wound Dresser and other letters to Whitmans mother; essays by R. M. Bucke, T. B. Harned, and O. L. Triggs; variorum readings and bibliography by O. L. Triggs; and index.]
Poems of Walt Whitman. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 1902. With a Biographical introduction by John Burroughs. [Pp. 343. A reprint of 1860 ed. More recent issues have Drum-Taps added, pp. 345468.]
Song of Myself. East Aurora, New York: Roycrofters, 1904.
Leaves of Grass (Selected), with prefatory note by Harry Roberts. London: Treherne & Co., 1904. [Pp. 260.]
Memories of President Lincoln and Other Lyrics of the War. Portland, Maine: Thomas B. Mosher, 1904. [Pp. 43.] Reissued in 1906 and 1912.
Walt Whitman Selections. (Maynards English Classic Series.) New York: Maynard, Merrill, & Co., 1904. [Introduction and notes by J. W. Abernethy. Pp. 63, paper.]
The Book of Heavenly Death, compiled by Horace Traubel. Portland, Maine: T. B. Mosher, 1905. [Pp. 103.]
A Little Book of Nature Thoughts, selected by Anne Montgomerie Traubel. Portland, Maine: T. B. Mosher, 1906. [Pp. 88.] Republished by Siegle, Hill & Co. London, n. d.
The Wisdom of Walt Whitman, selected and edited, with introduction by Laurens Maynard. New York: Brentanos, 1908. [Pp. 165.]
Leaves of Grass. London: Cassell & Co., 1909. [A reprint of 1882 edition. Pp. 468.] (The Peoples Library.)
Memories of President Lincoln. Portland, Maine: T. B. Mosher, 1912. [Pp. 16.]
The Rolling Earth, compiled by Waldo R. Browne, with an introduction by John Burroughs. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1912. [Pp. 222. Poems and prose.]
Leaves of Grass and Democratic Vistas. London: J. M. Dent & Sons; New York: E. P. Dutton, n. d. . [Everyman Library. Introduction by Horace Traubel. This contains only part of Leaves of Grass. Pp. 359.]
Poems from Leaves of Grass, with 24 colored illustrations by Margaret C. Cook. London: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1913. [Pp. 260.]
Leaves of Grass. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1917. 3 vols. [as in the 1902 ed., with variorum readings] in 1.
The Patriotic Poems of Walt Whitman. Garden City and New York, Double-day, Page & Co., 1918. [Pp. 194.]
Leaves of Grass, a Selection. London: Geo. Routledge & Sons. (The Broadway Booklets.) [Pp. 60.]
Walt Whitman Poems Selected by A. T. Quiller-Couch. Oxford: Clarendon Press. [Pp. 32.]
Memories of President Lincoln. New York: Little Leather Library Corporation. [1916.]
Leaves of Grass (a Selection). London: Siegle, Hill & Co. [Pp. 128.]
Leaves of Grass (Selected). London: Charles H. Kelly [?1914]. [Every Age Library.) [Pp. 300.]
Pearls from Walt Whitman. London: C. W. Daniel. [Pp. 32, paper.]
There is also an expurgated edition published in London by Chatto & Windus before 1886.
Numerous general anthologies contain selections from Whitmans poetry and prose.
IV. CONTRIBUTIONS TO PERIODICALS
(1) *Our Future Lot. L. I. D., 31 Oct., 1838. From the Long Islander. Not Signed. (2) *Young Grimes. L. I. D., 1 Jan., 1839. (3) *Fames Vanity. L. I. D., 23 Oct., 1839. (4) *My Departure. L. I. D., 27 Nov., 1839. (5) *The Incas Daughter. L. I. D., 5 May, 1840. (6) *The Love That is Hereafter. L. I. D., 19 May, 1840. (7) *We All Shall Rest at Last. L. I. D., 14 July, 1840. (8) *The Spanish Lady. L. I. D., 4 Aug., 1840. (9) *The End of All. L. I. D., 22 Sept., 1840. (10) *The Columbians Song. L. I. D., 27 Oct., 1840. (11) *The Winding Up. L. I. D., 22 June, 1841. A revision of The End of All. (12) Each Has His Grief. N. W., 20 Nov., 1841, vol. 3, no. 1. (13) The Punishment of Pride. N. W., 18 Dec., 1841, vol. 3, no. 25. Reprinted in Con., Feb., 1902, vol. 12, p. 189. (14) Ambition. A revision of Fames Vanity. B. J., 29 Jan., 1842, vol. 1, no. 5. (15) Death of the Nature Lover. A Revision of My Departure. B. J., 11 Mar., 1843, vol. 4, no. 10. Reprinted in Con., Jan., 1905, vol. 15, p. 172. (16) *The Play Ground. B. E., 1 June, 1846. (17) *Odeto be sung on Fort Greene: 4th of July, 1846. B. E., 4 July, 1846. Reprinted in B. E., 15 June, 1900; Ross History of Long Island, 1902; and N. Y. T. 17 Sept., 1916. (18) The Mississippi at Midnight. N. O. C., 6 Mar., 1848. Reprinted in S. D. C. and in C. P. E., slightly altered, under title Sailing the Mississippi at Midnight. Original version reprinted in Yale Review, Oct., 1915, vol. 5, p. 173. (19) *Blood-Money. Tribune, Supplement, 22 Mar., 1850, vol. 9, no. 296, p. 1. Reprints: N. Y. E. P., date unknown; S. D. C.; C. P. E.; Con., Oct., 1905, vol. 16, p. 122. (20) *The House of Friends. Tribune, 14 June, 1850. Reprinted in S. D. C. and in C. P. E., with title Wounded in the House of Friends. (21) *Resurgemus. Tribune, 21 June, 1850. Partly reprinted in Art and Artists, report of a lecture by Whitman, Brooklyn Daily Advertiser, 3 Apr., 1851 and in B. E., 14 July, 1900. Present title Europe. (22) A Childs Reminiscence. New York Saturday Press, 24 Dec., 1859. Present title Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking. (23) Bardic Symbols. A. M., Apr., 1860, vol. 5, pp. 4457. Present title As I Ebbd with the Ocean of Life. (24) A Carol of Harvest, for 1867. G., Sept., 1867, vol. 4, pp. 6059. Present title The Return of the Heroes. (25) A Broadway Pageant. New York Citizen, 5 Sept., 1868. (26) Whispers of Heavenly Death. Broadway Magazine, Oct., 1868, vol. 10, p. 180. Vol. I (n. s.), pp. 2122. A group containing: Whispers of Heavenly Death, Darest Thou Now O Soul, A Noiseless Patient Spider, At the Last Tenderly, Pensive and Faltering. (27) Proud Music of the Sea-Storm. A. M., Feb. 1869, vol. 23, pp. 199203. Present title Proud Music of the Storm. (28) The Singer in Prison. Saturday Evening Visitor, Dec., 1869. (29) Brother of All, With Generous Hand. G., Jan., 1870, vol. 9, pp. 756. (30) Warble for Lilac-Time. G., May, 1870, vol. 9, p. 686. Reprinted in N. Y. D. G., 12 May, 1873. (31) O Star of France. G., June, 1871, vol. 11 p. 817. (32) After All Not to Create Only. N. Y. E. P. and other papers, 78 Sept., 1871. Present title Song of the Exposition. (33) The Mystic Trumpeter. Kansas Magazine, Feb., 1872, vol.
1, p. 113. (34) *Nay, Tell Me Not To-day the Publishd Shame. N. Y. D. G., 5 Mar., 1873. (35) *The Singing Thrush. N. Y. D. G., 15 Mar., 1873. Present title Wandering at Morn. (36) *Spain. N. Y. D. G., 24 Mar., 1873. (37) *Sea Captains, Young or Old. N. Y. D. G., 4 Apr., 1873. Present title Song for All Seas, All Ships. (38) *An Old Mans Thought of School. N. Y. D. G., 3 Nov., 1873. (39) Song of the Redwood-Tree. H. M., Feb., 1874, vol. 48, pp. 3667. (40) Prayer of Columbus. H. M., Mar., 1874, vol. 48, pp. 5245. (41) Song of the Universal. The New Republic, Camden, 20 June, 1874. (42) *The Ox-Tamer. Also In the Wake Following (now After the Sea-Ship). N. Y. D. G., Christmas Number, 1874, in a group of prose pieces and verse called A Christmas Garland. (43) The Man-of-War-Bird. Athenæum, 1 Apr., 1876, No. 2527, p. 463. (Now To the Man-of-War-Bird.) Also published in Progress, Philadelphia, with title: Thou who hast slept all night upon the storm. (44) *A Death Sonnet for Custer. Tribune, 10 July, 1876. Present title From Far Dakotas Cañons. (45) Patrolling Barnegat. The American, June, 1880. Reprinted in H. M., Apr., 1881, vol. 62, p. 701. (46) My Picture Gallery. The American, Oct., 1880. (47) The Dalliance of the Eagles. Copes Tobacco Plant, Nov., 1880, vol. 2, p. 552. (48) Spirit That Formd This Scene. Cc., 10 Sept., 1881, vol. 1, no. 18. (49) The Sobbing of the Bells. Boston Daily Globe, 27 Sept., 1881. Also in The Poets Tribute to Garfield, Cambridge, Mass. Moses King, 1881, p. 71. (50) With Husky-Haughty Lips, O Sea! H. M., Mar., 1884, vol. 68, p. 607. (51) The Dead Tenor. Cc., 4 Nov., 1884. (52) Of That Blithe Throat of Thine. H. M., Jan., 1885, vol. 70, p. 264. (53) Grant, Cc., 15 Aug., 1885, vol. 4, n. s., no. 85. Present title Death of General Grant. (54) Fancies at Navesink. Nineteenth Century, Aug., 1885, vol. 18, pp. 2347. (55) *November Boughs. L. M., Nov., 1887, vol. 40, pp. 7223, containing: You Lingering Sparse Leaves of Me, Going Somewhere, After the Supper and Talk, Not Meagre, Latent Boughs Alone. (56) Yonnondio. Cc., 26 Nov., 1887, vol. 7, n. s., p. 267. (57) Twilight. Cy., Dec., 1887, vol. 35, p. 264. (58) *As the Greeks Signal Flame. N. Y. H., 15 Dec., 1887. (59) *To Those Whove Faild. N. Y. H., 27 Jan., 1888. (60) *Halcyon Days. N. Y. H., 29 Jan., 1888. (61) *After the Dazzle of Day. N. Y. H., 3 Feb., 1888. (62) *America. N. Y. H., 11 Feb., 1888. (63) *True Conquerors. N. Y. H., 15 Feb., 1888. (64) *Soon Shall the Winters Foil be Here. N. Y. H., 21 Feb., 1888. (65) *The Dismantled Ship. N. Y. H., 23 Feb., 1888. (66) *Old Salt Kossabone. N. Y. H., 25 Feb., 1888. (67) *Mannahatta. N. Y. H., 27 Feb., 1888. (68) *Paumanok. N. Y. H., 29 Feb., 1888. (69) *From Montauk Point. N. Y. H., 1 Mar., 1888. (70) *My Canary Bird. N. Y. H., 2 Mar., 1888. (71) *A Prairie Sunset. N. Y. H., 9 Mar., 1888. (72) *The Dead Emperor. N. Y. H., 10 Mar., 1888. (73) *The First Dandelion. N. Y. H., 12 Mar., 1888. (74) *The Wallabout Martyrs. N. Y. H., 16 Mar., 1888. (75) *The Bravest Soldiers. N. Y. H., 18 Mar., 1888. (76) *Orange Buds by Mail from Florida. N. Y. H., 19 Mar., 1888. (77) *Continuities. N. Y. H., 20 Mar., 1888. (78) *Broadway. N. Y. H., 10 Apr., 1888. (79) *Life. N. Y. H., 15 Apr., 1888. (80) *The Final Lilt of Songs. N. Y. H., 16 Apr., 1888. (81) *To-day and Thee. N. Y. H., 23 Apr., 1888. (82) *Queries to My Seventieth Year. N. Y. H., 2 May, 1888. (83) *The United States to Old World Critics. N. Y. H., 8 May, 1888. (84) *Out of Mays Shows Selected. N. Y. H., 10 May, 1888. (85) *As I Sit Writing Here. N. Y. H., 14 May, 1888. (86) *A Carol Closing Sixty-Nine. N. Y. H., 21 May, 1888. (87) *Life and Death. N. Y. H., 23 May, 1888. (88) *The Calming Thought of All. N. Y. H., 27 May, 1888. (89) *Over and Through the Burial Chant. N. Y. H., 12 Aug., 1888. Present title Interpolation Sounds. (90) Twenty Years. Magazine of Art, Aug., 1888, July of the
English edition. (91) Old Ages Lambent Peaks. Cy., Sept., 1888, vol. 36, p. 735. (92) A Voice from Death. New York World, 7 June, 1889. (93) Bravo, Paris Exposition! Harpers Weekly, 28 Sept., 1889. (94) My 71st Year. Cy., Nov., 1889, vol. 39, p. 31. (95) Old Ages Ship and Crafty Deaths. Cy., Feb., 1890, vol. 39, p. 553. (96) Osceola. Munsons Illus. World, Apr., 1890, vol. 6, no. 4. (97) A Twilight Song. Cy., May, 1890, vol. 40, p. 27. (98) For Queen Victorias Birthday. The Star (London?), 27 May, 1890. Reprinted in G. B. M. F., 1891, and in C. P. E. afterwards. (99) To the Sunset Breeze. L. M., Dec., 1890, vol. 46, p. 861. (100) The Pallid Wreath. Cc., 10 Jan., 1891, vol. 15, p. 18. (101) Old Age Echoes. L. M., Mar., 1891, vol. 47, p. 376, including: Sounds of the Winter, The Unexpressd, Sail Out for Good, Eidólon Yacht, After the Argument. (In Complete Prose, 1898, p. 504.) (102) The Commonplace. Munyons Magazine, Mar., 1891, in facsimile. (103) *Ship Ahoy. Youths Companion, 12 Mar., 1891. (Complete Prose, 1898, p. 488.) (104) Old Chants. Truth, New York, 19 Mar., 1891, vol. 10, p. 11. (105) *New Years Day, 1848. Home Journal, New York, 30 March, 1892. Copied from a ladys album. (106) Deaths Valley. H. M., April, 1892, vol. 84, pp. 707709. (107) *Isle of La Belle Riviére. Cincinnati Post, 30 Apr., 1892. Dated Blennerhassett Island in the Ohio, aged 30.
(1) *Sun-Down Papers. From the Desk of a Schoolmaster. L. I. D., No. 1 (from the Hempstead Inquirer), 28 Apr., 1840; No. 6, 11 Aug.; 7, 29 Sept.; 8, 20 Oct.; 9, 24 Nov., 1840, 9 (2nd), 6 July, 1841; 10, L. I. F., 20 July, 1841. (2) *Report of a speech by Whitman at a Democratic mass meeting. New Era, 30 July, 1841. Quoted in B. E., 6 Apr., 1847. (3) Death in the School-Room. A Fact. D. R., Aug., 1841, vol. 9, n.s., pp. 177181. Reprints: L.I.F., 10 Aug., 1841; B. E., 24 Dec., 1847; S. D. C.; and in C. P. E. (4) Wild Franks Return. D. R., Nov., 1841, vol. 9, n. s., pp. 476482. Reprinted in the L. I. F., 11 Jan., 1842; in S. D. C.; and in C. P. E. (5) *The Childs Champion. N. W., 20 Nov., 1841. Republished as The Child and the Profligate, in the Col., Oct., 1844, vol. 2, pp. 149153; in the B. E., 2729 Jan., 1847; in S. D. C. and in C. P. E. (6) Bervance: or, Father and Son. D. R., Dec., 1841, vol. 9, n. s., pp. 5608. (7) *The Tomb-Blossoms. D. R., Jan., 1842, vol. 10, n. s., pp. 6268. Reprinted in Voices from the Press, James J. Brenton, Editor, 1850, and in the Philadelphia Press, 23 Oct., 1892, with illustrations. (8) Boz and Democracy. B. J., 26 Feb., 1842, vol. 1, no. 9, pp. 2434. (9) The Last of the Sacred Army. D. R., Mar., 1842, vol. 10, n. s., pp. 259264. Reprinted in same magazine Nov., 1851, vol. 29, n. s., pp. 4636. (10) The Child-Ghost; a Story of the Last Loyalist. D. R., May, 1842, vol. 10, n. s., pp. 4519. Reprinted with alterations in S. D. C. with the title The Last Loyalist; and in C. P. E. (11) *A Legend of Life and Love. D. R., July, 1842, vol. 11, n. s., pp. 8386. Reprinted Tribune, 6 July, 1842; B. J., 9 July, 1842; and the B. E., 11 June, 1846. (12) The Angel of Tears. D. R., Sept., 1842. (13) *Franklin Evans; or the Inebriate, a Tale of the Times. N. W., Nov., 1842, vol. 2, no. 10 (extra no.), pp. 131. Reprinted in condensed form in the B. E., Nov. 1630, 1846, under title The Fortunes of a Country Boy, by J. R. S. It was advertised in 1843 as Franklin Evans; or The Merchants Clerk. (14) Eris; a Spirit Record. Col., Mar., 1844, vol. 1, pp. 1389. Republished in B. E., 18 Aug., 1846, with title The Love of Eris; a Spirit Record. (15) Dumb Kate; Story of an Early Death. Col., May, 1844, vol. 1, pp. 230231. Republished in B. E., 13 July, 1846; in S. D. C. with title Dumb Kate; and in C. P. E. (16) The Little Sleighers; A Sketch of a Winter Morning on the Battery. Col., Sept.
1844, vol. 2, pp. 1134. (17) The Boy Lover. A. R., May, 1845, vol. 1, pp. 479482. Reprinted in B. E., 45 Jan., 1848; in S. D. C.; and in C. P. E. (18) *Death of Wind-Foot. A. R., June, 1845, vol. 1, pp. 639642. First printed in Franklin Evans (supra), Chapter 2. (19) Revenge and Requital; a Tale of a Murderer Escaped. D. R., JulyAug., 1845. Reprinted as One Wicked Impulse in B. E., 79 Sept., 1846; in S. D. C.; and in C. P. E. (20) A Dialogue [against capital punishment]. D. R., Nov., 1845, vol. 17, pp. 360364. (21) *Tear Down and Build Over Again. A. R., Nov., 1845, vol. 1, pp. 5368. (22) Art-Singing and Heart-Singing. Broadway Journal, 29 Nov., 1845, vol. 2, pp. 3189. (23) *Little Jane. B. E., 7 Dec., 1846. First printed in Franklin Evans, Chapter 14. Republished in S. D. C. and in C. P. E. (24) *Excerpts from a Travellers Notebook. N. O. C., 5, 6, 10 March, 1848. Reprinted in part in The Yale Review, Oct., 1915, vol. 5, pp. 166183. (25) *Habitants of Hotels. N. O. C., 10 March, 1848. (26) *Sketches of the Sidewalks and Levees; With Glimpses into the New Orleans Bar [rooms]. N. O. C., 13, 16, 23, 28 March; 4, 18 April; 2 May, 1848. One Sketch, Miss Dusky Grisette, was reprinted in The Yale Review, Oct., 1915, vol. 5, pp. 166183. (27) *Hero Presidents. N. O. C., 11 March, 1848. (28) *Who Shall Wear Motley? N. O. C., 3 April, 1848. (29) *Death of Mr. Astor of New York. N. O. C., 7 April, 1848. Reprinted in Publications of the La. Hist. Socy., VII, 107108. (30) *University Studies. N. O. C., 11 April, 1848. (31) *The Old Cathedral. N. O. C., 22 April, 1848. (32) *A Walk About Town. N. O. C., 26 April, 1848. Reprinted in Publications of the La. Hist. Socy., VII, 109111, and in The Yale Review, Oct., 1915. (33) *General Taylor at the Theatre. N. O. C., 9 May, 1848. Reprinted in Publications of the La. Hist. Socy., VII, 106107. (34) *A Night at the Terpsichore Ball. N. O. C., 18 May, 1848. Reprinted, with some omissions, in The Yale Review, Oct., 1915. (35) *The Shadow and the Light of a Young Mans Soul. Union Magazine, June, 1848, vol. 2, pp. 2801. (36) Art and Artists. Brooklyn Daily Advertiser, 3 Apr., 1851. Reprinted in B. E., 14 July, 1900; and partly in Complete Prose (1898, p. 371). (37) Sunday Restrictions. Brooklyn Star, 20 Oct., 1854. Reprinted in Con., Nov., 1903, vol. 14, p. 135. (38) Walt Whitman a Brooklyn Boy. Leaves of Grass (a volume of poems just published). Brooklyn Daily Times, 29 Sept., 1855. Reprinted in Leaves of Grass, 1856, pp. 3603; in Leaves of Grass Imprints (Thayer and Eldridge), 1860, pp. 3032; in Buckes Walt Whitman, 1883; and in In Re. (39) Walt Whitman and His Poems. United States Review, Sept., 1855, vol. 5, pp. 202212. Reprinted in Leaves of Grass Imprints (Thayer and Eldridge), 1860; and in In Re. (40) Leaves of Grass,Brooklyn, N. Y.1856. Brooklyn Daily Times, 1856. Reprinted in Leaves of Grass Imprints (Thayer and Eldridge), 1860, pp. 4950. (41) An English and an American Poet. American Phrenological Journal, 1856. Reprinted in Leaves of Grass, 1856, pp. 369373; in Leaves of Grass Imprints (Thayer and Eldridge), 1860; and in In Re. (42) *Brooklyniana; A Series of Local Articles on Past and Present. Brooklyn Standard, weekly, first article 8 June, 1861; same article reprinted 21 Dec., 1861; continued until 17 Apr., 1862, and from 30 Aug., 1862, until 1 Nov., 1862. (43) The Great Army of the Sick. N. Y. T., 26 Feb., 1863. Reprinted in The Wound Dresser (Bucke), 1898, with title The Great Army of the Wounded. (44) Life Among Fifty Thousand Soldiers. B. E., 19 Mar., 1863. Reprinted in The Wound Dresser (Bucke), 1898. (45) *Washington in the Hot Season. N. Y. T., 16 Aug., 1863. Reprinted in S. D. C., pp. 4245, and in C. P. E. (46) *From Washington. Military Anxieties
etc. Brooklyn Daily Union, 21 Sept., 1863. (47) *Letter from Washington, Our National City
N. Y. T., 4 Oct., 1863. (48) *Fifty-First New York City Veterans. N. Y. T., 29 Oct., 1864. Unsigned. (49) Our Wounded and Sick SoldiersVisits among the Hospitals. N. Y. T., 11 Dec., 1864. Incorporated into S. D. C., p. 26 et seq. Also published in The Wound Dresser (Bucke) 1898, pp. 2146. (50) Democracy. G., Dec., 1867, vol. 4, pp. 919933. Used in Democratic Vistas. Reprinted in S. D. C. and in C. P. E. (51) Personalism. G., May, 1868, pp. 5407. Used in Democratic Vistas. Reprinted in S. D. C. and in C. P. E. (52) *Halls of Gold and Lilac. N. Y. D. G., 24 Nov., 1873. (53) *Silver and Salmon Tint. N. Y. D. G., 29 Nov., 1873. (54) *A Christmas Garland. In Prose and Verse. N. Y. D. G., Christmas, 1874. Contains a number of short pieces: GeniusVictor HugoGeorge SandEmerson; A Thought on Culture; Travel; Friendship (the Real Article) (Complete Prose, 1898, p. 328); Rulers Strictly Out of the Masses (Complete Prose, 1898, p. 329); A Dialogue. Ventures, on an Old Theme (Complete Prose, 1898, p. 317); It Remains a Question; Has It Ever Occurred; Of Poems of the Third or Fourth Class; A Hint to Preachers and Authors; Have Normal Belief; In the Statesmanship; Transportation, the Mails, &c. (55) *Tis but Ten Years Since. New York Weekly Graphic, 17 Jan. to 7 Mar., 1874. Six war articles. (56) *A Poets Recreation. Tribune, 4 July, 1878. Reprinted, with some omissions, in S. D. C., pp. 113118, and in C. P. E. (57) Three Young Mens Deaths. Copes Tobacco Plant, Apr., 1879, vol. 2, pp. 3189. Republished in S. D. C. and in C. P. E. (58) *These May Afternoons. Tribune, 23 May, 1879. Reprinted in S. D. C. and in C. P. E. (59) Emersons Books (the Shadows of Them). Literary World, 22 May, 1880, vol. 11, No. 11, pp. 1778. Reprinted in Tribune, 15 May, 1882; in S.D.C., p.319; and in C.P.E. (60) *Summer Days in Canada. London [Ontario] Advertiser, 22 June, 1880. Reprinted in S. D. C., pp. 110113; and in C. P. E. (61) *Letter from Walt Whitman (from Ha Ha Bay, Saguenay River, Quebec). London [Ontario] Advertiser, 26 Aug., 1880. See S. D. C., pp. 1635, and in C. P. E. (62) *How I Get Around at Sixty, and Take Notes. A series of six articles in the Cc. No. 1, 29 Jan., 1881, see S. D. C., pp. 912, 945, 98; no.2, 9 Apr., 1881, S. D. C., pp. 1025; no. 3, 7 May, 1881, S. D. C., pp. 179182; no. 4, 16 July, 1881, S. D. C., pp. 9899, 1589; no. 5, 13 Dec., 1881, S. D. C., pp. 189191; no. 6, 15 July, 1882, S. D. C., pp. 118121. Sometimes altered in S. D. C. All reprinted in C. P. E. (63) Poetry of the Future. N. A. R., Feb., 1881, vol. 132, pp. 195210. Present title Poetry To-day in America. Reprinted in S. D. C. and in C. P. E. (64) Death of Carlyle. Cc., 12 Feb., 1881, vol. 1, no. 3. Reprinted in Essays from the Critic, Boston, 1882, pp. 3137; S. D. C., p. 168 (with additions); and C. P. E. (65) Bumble-Bees and Bird Music. The American, 14 May, 1881. Reprinted in S. D. C., 18823, p. 84, and in C. P. E. (66) *A Week at West Hills. Tribune, 4 Aug., 1881. Reprinted, slightly altered, in S. D. C., pp. 911, 1856; and in C. P. E. (67) *City Notes in August. Tribune, 15 Aug., 1881. Reprinted in S. D. C., p. 186, and in C. P. E. (68) Death of Longfellow. Cc., 8 Apr., 1882, vol. 2, No. 33. Reprinted in Essays from the Critic, Boston, 1882, pp. 4145; (slightly altered) in S. D. C., pp. 1934; and in C. P. E. (69) By Emersons Grave. Cc., 6 May, 1882. Reprinted in S. D. C., p. 197, and in C. P. E. (70) Starting a Paper. Camden Daily Courier, 1 June, 1882. Also in New York World, 11 June, 1882. Republished in S. D. C., pp. 1946, and in C. P. E. (71) A Memorandum at a Venture. N. A. R., June, 1882, vol. 134, pp. 546550. Reprinted in S. D. C., pp. 3026, and in C. P. E. (72) Edgar Poes Significance. Cc., 3 June, 1882, vol. 2, no. 37. Reprinted in S. D. C., pp. 1568, and in C. P. E. (73) Robert Burns. Cc., 16 Dec., 1882, vol. 2, no. 51. Republished with additions in N. A. R., Nov., 1886; in N. B.; and in C. P. E. (74) The Bible as Poetry. Cc., 3 Feb., 1883, vol
3, no. 57. Reprinted in N. B. and in C. P. E. (75) The Spanish Element in Our Nationality. Philadelphia Press, 5 Aug., 1883. Reprinted in N. B. and in C. P. E. (76) Our Eminent Visitors (Past, present, and future). Cc., 17 Nov., 1883, vol. 3, no. 91. Republished in N. B. and in C. P. E. (77) A Backward Glance on My Own Road. Cc., 5 Jan., 1884, vol. 4, pp. 12. This, with How Leaves of Grass Was Made, New York Star, 1885 (reprinted in Philadelphia Press, 11 July, 1886), and My Book and I, L. M., Jan., 1887, was made over into the essay A Backward Glance Oer Traveld Roads, published in N. B.; in Complete Poems and Prose, 188889; in the pocket edition of Leaves of Grass, 1889, and in all subsequent authorized editions of Leaves of Grass; but not included in 1892 or subsequent C. P. E. (78) Reminiscences of the Indian Bureau. Baldwins Monthly, New York, Feb., 1884, vol. 28, p. 2, and in To-day, London, May, 1884, vol. 1, pp. 3402. Republished, with title changed to An Indian Bureau Reminiscence, in N. B. and in C. P. E. (79) What Lurks Behind Shaksperes Historical Plays? Critic and Good Literature, 27 Sept., 1884. Reprinted in N. B. and in C. P. E. (80) The Place Gratitude Fills in a Fine Character. Philadelphia Press, 27 Nov., 1884. Reprinted in N. B. and in C. P. E. (81) A note on water works, etc. Brooklyn Daily Times, 20 Jan., 1885. Reprinted in A History of the City of Brooklyn and Kings County, S. M. Ostrander, Brooklyn, 1894, vol. 2, p. 89. (82) *Walt Whitman in Camden. Cc., 28 Feb., 1885, vol. 3, n. s., no. 61, over signature George Selwyn. Reprinted in American Authors at Home, edited by J. L. and J. B. Gilder (copyright 1888), still over same signature. Published again in Critic Pamphlet No. 2, 1898, Walt Whitman at Home, by Himself. Here a page of Whitmans manuscript is reproduced, establishing the work as his. (83) How Leaves of Grass Was Made. New York Star, 1885. Reprinted in Leslies Monthly, June, 1892. See ante, A Backward Glance on My Own Road. (84) Some Diary Notes at Random. Baldwins Monthly, Brooklyn, Dec., 1885, vol. 31, p. 8. Republished in N. B. and in C. P. E. (85) How I Made a Book. Philadelphia Press, 11 July, 1886. See ante, A Backward Glance on My Own Road. (86) A Thought on Shakspere. Cc., 14 Aug., 1886, vol. 6, n. s., no. 137. Reprinted in N. B. and in C. P. E. (87) Dear to Democracy. Reminiscences of Abraham Lincoln by Distinguished Men of His Time, edited by Allen Thorndike Rice. 1886, pp. 412419. Present title Abraham Lincoln. Complete Prose, 1898, pp. 4368. (88) A Word about Tennyson. Cc., 1 Jan., 1887, vol. 7, n. s., no. 157. Reprinted in N. B. and in C. P. E. (89) Some War MemorandaJotted Down at the Time. N. A. R., Jan., 1887, vol. 144, pp. 5560. Reprinted in N. B. and in C. P. E. (90) New Orleans in 1848. New Orleans Picayune, 25 Jan., 1887. Reprinted in N. B. and in C. P. E. (91) My Book and I. L. M., Jan., 1887, vol. 39, pp. 1217. See ante, A Backward Glance on My Own Road. (92) Father Taylor and Oratory. Cy., Feb., 1887, vol. 33, pp. 5834. Reprinted in N. B. and in C. P. E. (93) Five Thousand Poems. Cc., 16 Apr., 1887, vol. 7, n. s., no. 172. Reprinted in N. B. and in C. P. E. (94) To the Editor of the Herald. N. Y. H., 26 Jan., 1888. [A letter re Clevelands free trade message.] (95) Walt Whitmans Tribute [To Sheridan.] N. Y. H., 8 Aug., 1888. (96) Army Hospitals and Cases. Cy., Oct., 1888, vol. 36, pp. 828830. Reprinted in N. B. and in C. P. E. as Last of the War Cases. (97) Old Brooklyn Days. New York Morning Journal, 3 Aug., 1890. Republished in G. B. M. F. and in subsequent C. P. E. (98) An Old Mans Rejoinder. Cc., 16 Aug., 1890, vol. 14, pp. 856. Reprinted in G. B. M. F. and in subsequent C. P. E. (99) Shakspere for America. P. L., Sept., 1890, vol. 2, pp. 4923. Reprinted in G. B. M. F., 1891, and in subsequent C. P. E. (100) Old Poets. N. A. R., Nov., 1890, vol. 151, pp. 610614. Republished in G. B. M. F. and in subsequent C. P. E. (101) *An Engineers Obituary. Engineering Record,
13 Dec., 1890. Reprinted in G. B. M. F. and in subsequent C. P. E. (102) Have We a National Literature? N. A. R., Mar., 1891, pp. 3328. Reprinted in G. B. M. F. and in subsequent C. P. E. with title American National Literature. (103) Some Personal and Old Age Memoranda. L. M., Mar., 1891, vol. 47, pp. 377381. Reprinted in G. B. M. F. and in subsequent C. P. E. with title Some Personal and Old Age Jottings. (104) The Old Man Himself. A Postscript. L. M., Mar., 1891, vol. 47, p. 389. (105) Walt Whitmans Last. L. M., Aug., 1891, vol. 48, p. 256. Republished in Complete Prose, 1898, pp. 5267, and in subsequent editions. (106) The Perfect Human Voice. Munsons Illus. World, Philadelphia, vol. 1, p. 2 [?1891]. (107) Preface to Three Tales, by William Douglas OConnor, Boston, [?1891]. Also printed in G. B. M. F. and in subsequent C. P. E. (108) An American Primer. A. M., Apr., 1894, vol. 93, pp. 460470. Republished in book form, Boston: Small, Maynard & Co., 1904. (109) The Bears of Happy Hollow. Philadelphia Press, 1 Oct., 1905, signed Walter Whitman. This is probably spurious. (110) Lingaves Temptation. Date and place of first publication unknown. Reprinted in S. D. C. and in C. P. E.
Letters in Sickness: Washington, 1873. [To his mother.] In Re, pp. 7392.
Walt Whitman in War-Time. Familiar Letters from the Capital. Cy., Oct., 1893, vol. 46, pp. 840850. [These are selections from the Wound Dresser series, 1898.]
Calamus. A Series of Letters Written during the Years 18681880 by Walt Whitman to a Young Friend (Peter Doyle). Edited with an Introduction by Richard Maurice Bucke, M.D., one of Whitmans literary executors. Boston: Laurens Maynard, 1897. [25 copies printed on large paper with an extra portrait.] Reprinted in The Complete Writings of Walt Whitman (Putnams), 1902, vol. 8, pp. 21166.
The Wound Dresser, a Series of Letters Written from the Hospitals in Washington During the War of the Rebellion by Walt Whitman, Edited by Richard Maurice Bucke, M.D. Boston: Small, Maynard & Co., 1898. [Written to his mother. Sixty copies printed on Alton Mills paper, with illustrations on Japan vellum, and containing a facsimile of one of the letters.] Reprinted in The Complete Writings of Walt Whitman (Putnams), 1902, vol. 7, pp. 128281.
Walt Whitman to His Mother. (18661872.) The Complete Writings of Walt Whitman, Putnams, 1902, vol. 8, pp. 173243.
Some Unpublished Letters of Walt Whitmans Written to a Soldier Boy. Florence Hardiman Miller, Overland Monthly, Jan., 1904, vol. 43, pp. 613.
Letters of Walt Whitman to His Mother and an Old Friend. Putnams Magazine, Nov., 1908, vol. 5, pp. 1639.
Donaldson. Walt Whitman the Man. 1896. [Letters to Tennyson and others.]
Knortz. Walt Whitman. Der Dichter der Demokratie. 1899. [Thirteen letters and post cards (printed in English), to the author.]
Traubel. With Walt Whitman in Camden, in the three volumes already published, 1906, 1908, 1914. [Letters to various people.]
Whitman letters, manuscripts, and miscellany formerly owned by T. B. Harned, one of Whitmans literary executors, are now in the Library of Congress, Washington.
VI. BIOGRAPHY AND CRITICISM
Abbey, Charlotte L. Chanting the Square Deific. Con., Aug., 1895, vol. 6, p. 90.
Freedom and Walt Whitman. Con., Sept., 1896, vol. 7, p. 106.
Walt Whitmans Unsung Songs. Fellowship Paper, 1897. Reprinted in Con., Oct., 1897, vol. 8, p. 118.
Abbott, Leonard D. The Democracy of Whitman and the Democracy of Socialism. Con., Nov., 1902, vol. 13, p. 136.
Walt Whitman and His Influence in American Poetry. Poetry Review, Oct., 1912, vol. 1, pp. 4735.
Academy. Walt Whitman. Oct., 1897.
Achelis. In Das Litterarische Echo, 15 Oct., 1904; and in Die Gegenwart, 1904. No. 17.
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Brooklyn Eagle. Walt Whitmans Chum Tells of Good Gray Poet. 8 Mar., 1914.
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In Re Walt Whitman, edited by H. L. Traubel, R. M. Bucke, and T. B. Harned, 1893, contains the following by Dr. Bucke: The Man Walt Whitman; Walt Whitman, Karl Knortz, translated by A. Forman and R. M. Bucke; Walt Whitman the Poet of American Democracy, Rudolf Schmidt, translated by R. M. Bain and R. M. Bucke; Leaves of Grass and Modern Science; Walt Whitman, T. W. Rolleston, translated by A. Forman and R. M. Bucke; Walt Whitman and the Cosmic Sense; Address at Whitmans Funeral. See post, Traubel.
Cosmic Consciousness. Con., May, June, 1894, vol. 5, pp. 37, 51.
Memories of Walt Whitman. Fellowship Paper, 1894.
Was Walt Whitman Mad? Con., June, 1895, vol. 6, pp. 5558.
Notes on the Text of Leaves of Grass. Con., May, June, Aug., 1896, Feb, 1897, and Feb., 1898, vol. 7, pp. 40, 59, 88, 185; vol. 8, p. 183.
Walt Whitman, Man and Poet. National Magazine, Apr., 1898.
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Cosmic Consciousness. Philadelphia, 1901, pp. 178196. Second edition, 1905.
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The Flight of the Eagle. Birds and Poets. Boston, 1877, pp. 185235.
Walt Whitman Poet of Democracy. Christian Union, 2 Apr., 1892, vol. 45, pp. 6367.
Walt Whitman after Death. Cc., 9 Apr., 1892, vol. 17, p. 215.
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Walt Whitman and His Art., P. L. Feb., 1894, vol. 6, pp. 639.
Walt Whitmans Art. P. L., Nov., 1894, vol. 6, pp. 5779.
Whitmans Self Reliance. Con., Nov., 1894, vol. 5, pp. 1314.
Two Critics of Whitman. Con., Aug., 1895, vol. 6, pp. 847.
Walt Whitman Again. Con., Oct., 1895, vol. 6, pp. 1169.
More Whitman Characteristics. Con., Nov., 1895, vol. 6, pp. 1313.
Whitman: a Study. Boston, 1896, pp. 268.
Whitmans Relation to Morals. Con., Apr., 1896, vol. 7, pp. 1922.
Whitmans Relation to Culture. Con., June, 1896, vol. 7, pp. 513.
The Secret of Whitmans Following. Cc., Mar., 1898.
Burton, Richard. Whitman. Literary Leaders of America. New York, 1911, pp. 264295. (Copyright, 1903.)
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Wagner, Millet and Whitman. Progressive Review, Oct., 1896, vol. 1, pp. 6574. Reprinted in Angels Wings, London, 1898.
Walt Whitman. The Reformer, Feb., 1902.
Days with Walt Whitman. London, 1906, pp. 187.
My Days and Dreams. London, 1916, passim.
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Keep off the Grass. This World, 17 June, 1882, vol. 3, pp. 18.
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Cheney, John Vance (Anthony Thrall). Satan versus Sacking. Californian, July, 1880, vol. 2, pp. 3544.
Walt Whitman. Californian Illus. Magazine, Apr., 1893, vol. 3, pp. 553571.
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Walt Whitman e larte nuova. Larghi Orizzonti. Bari, 1897, pp. 3773.
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An Ideal of Character Drawn from Whitmans Poetry. Con., June, 1899, vol. 10, pp. 568.
The Awakening of the Soul: Whitman and Maeterlinck, Con., June, 1900, vol. 11, pp. 5860.
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Autobiography. London, 1904, pp. 189193.
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Davenport, Wm. E. Walt Whitman in Brooklyn. B. E., 14 July, 1900.
Identity of Whitmans Work and Character. Con., Feb., 1903, vol. 13, p. 181.
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De Casseres, Benj. Enter Walt Whitman. Philistine, Nov., 1907, vol. 25, pp. 161172.
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