Walt Whitman: Poems

Notes

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  2. ^ a b c Loving, 480
  3. ^ a b Reynolds, 589
  4. ^ a b c Loving, 19
  5. ^ Hutchinson, George and David Drews. "The Walt Whitman Encyclopedia: Racial Attitudes". 
  6. ^ "The Walt Whitman Encyclopedia". 
  7. ^ Miller, 17
  8. ^ a b Loving, 29
  9. ^ Loving, 30
  10. ^ Reynolds, 24
  11. ^ Reynolds, 33–34
  12. ^ Loving, 32
  13. ^ Reynolds, 44
  14. ^ Kaplan, 74
  15. ^ Callow, 30
  16. ^ Callow, 29
  17. ^ Loving, 34
  18. ^ a b Reynolds, 45
  19. ^ Callow, 32
  20. ^ Kaplan, 79
  21. ^ Kaplan, 77
  22. ^ Callow, 35
  23. ^ a b Kaplan, 81
  24. ^ Loving, 36
  25. ^ Callow, 36
  26. ^ Loving, 37
  27. ^ a b Reynolds, 60
  28. ^ Loving, 38
  29. ^ Kaplan, 93–94
  30. ^ Kaplan, 87
  31. ^ Loving, 514
  32. ^ Stacy, 25
  33. ^ Callow, 56
  34. ^ Stacy, 6
  35. ^ Reynolds, 83–84
  36. ^ Stacy, 87–91
  37. ^ Kaplan, 185
  38. ^ Reynolds, 85
  39. ^ Loving, 154
  40. ^ Miller, 55
  41. ^ Miller, 155
  42. ^ Kaplan, 187
  43. ^ a b Callow, 226
  44. ^ Loving, 178
  45. ^ Kaplan, 198
  46. ^ Callow, 227
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  48. ^ Kaplan, 203
  49. ^ Reynolds, 340
  50. ^ Callow, 232
  51. ^ Loving, 414
  52. ^ Kaplan, 211
  53. ^ Kaplan, 229
  54. ^ Reynolds, 348
  55. ^ Callow, 238
  56. ^ Kaplan, 207
  57. ^ Loving, 238
  58. ^ Reynolds, 363
  59. ^ Callow, 225
  60. ^ Reynolds, 368
  61. ^ Loving, 228
  62. ^ Reynolds, 375
  63. ^ Callow, 283
  64. ^ Reynolds, 410
  65. ^ a b Kaplan, 268
  66. ^ a b c Reynolds, 411
  67. ^ Callow, 286
  68. ^ Callow, 293
  69. ^ Kaplan, 273
  70. ^ Callow, 297
  71. ^ Callow, 295
  72. ^ Loving, 281
  73. ^ Kaplan, 293–294
  74. ^ Reynolds, 454
  75. ^ a b Loving, 283
  76. ^ a b c Reynolds, 455
  77. ^ a b Loving, 290
  78. ^ Loving, 291
  79. ^ Kaplan, 304
  80. ^ Reynolds, 456-457
  81. ^ Kaplan, 309
  82. ^ Loving, 293
  83. ^ Kaplan, 318–319
  84. ^ a b Loving, 314
  85. ^ Callow, 326
  86. ^ Kaplan, 324
  87. ^ Callow, 329
  88. ^ Loving, 331
  89. ^ Reynolds, 464
  90. ^ Kaplan, 340
  91. ^ Loving, 341
  92. ^ Miller, 33
  93. ^ Haas, Irvin. Historic Homes of American Authors. Washington, D.C.: The Preservation Press, 1991: 141. ISBN 0-89133-180-8.
  94. ^ Loving, 432
  95. ^ Reynolds, 548
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  97. ^ Reynolds, 586
  98. ^ a b Loving, 479
  99. ^ Kaplan, 49
  100. ^ Reynolds, 587
  101. ^ Callow, 363
  102. ^ a b Reynolds, 588
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  104. ^ Kaplan, 50
  105. ^ Kaplan, 233
  106. ^ Reynolds, 5
  107. ^ Reynolds, 324
  108. ^ Miller, 78
  109. ^ Reynolds, 332
  110. ^ Loving, 71
  111. ^ Callow, 75
  112. ^ Loving, 74
  113. ^ Reynolds, 95
  114. ^ Reynolds, 91
  115. ^ Loving, 75
  116. ^ Reynolds, 97
  117. ^ Loving, 72
  118. ^ Henry Bryan Binns A life of Walt Whitman; p.315
  119. ^ a b c Reynolds, 237
  120. ^ Loving, 353
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  125. ^ Norton, Rictor "Walt Whitman, Prophet of Gay Liberation" from The Great Queens of History, updated 18 November 1999
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  131. ^ Kaplan, 311–312
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  136. ^ Reynolds, 527
  137. ^ Henry Adams, Thomas Eakins; Eakins Revealed: The Secret Life of an American Artist, p.289
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  140. ^ Callow, 278
  141. ^ Loving, 123
  142. ^ Reynolds, 490
  143. ^ Nelson, Paul A. "Walt Whitman on Shakespeare. Reprinted from The Shakespeare Oxford Society Newsletter, Fall 1992: Volume 28, 4A.
  144. ^ a b Reynolds, 117
  145. ^ Loving, 110
  146. ^ Reynolds, 473
  147. ^ Reynolds, 470
  148. ^ Reynolds, 4
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  151. ^ Callow, 83
  152. ^ Loving, 475
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