Proximity to—and from—Bodies: The Civil War Poetry of Whitman & Dickinson
The author studies the seemingly dichotomous take on war in Walt Whitman's and Emily Dickinson's poetry; and argues for the congruency it attains underlining sufferings and deaths. Further, she notes the heavy usage of punctuations in Dickinson's war poetry and theorizes what it represents.
Author: Luis Chitarroni Title: From Siluetas/Silhouettes (La Bestia Equilátera, 2012) Language: Spanish (Argentina) Excerpt Length: Approx. 1,300 Words Translator: Allison A. deFreeseRights Holder: Luis Chitarroni,..
Re-Thinking Thoreau: Between the Lines of His Life and Work
“Re-Thinking Thoreau” is John Roman's attempt to correct the legacy of Thoreau and explores how Henry was able to surmount his “issues' during a time when medical attention and prescription drugs were not available.