Resources

Useful Links

Below are links to useful sites devoted to Whitman, his writings, his associates, the places he lived, and the culture of his time:

  • Walt Whitman Quarterly Review
    [The major journal devoted to the study of Whitman, with thirty years of articles, notes, and bibliographies online.]
  • University of Iowa Press
    [Publisher of the Iowa Whitman Series and several other recent books on Whitman. Eighteen of these are available in full-text versions from our Selected Criticism page.]
  • University of Nebraska Press
    [Publisher of two books of Whitamn criticism available as full-text from our Selected Criticism page.]
  • Wiley-Blackwell
    [Publisher of Ed Folsom and Ken Price's Rescripting Walt Whitman, the full text of which is available from our Selected Criticism page.]
  • University of North Carolina Press
    [Publisher of Ed Folsom and Ken Price's Rescripting Walt Whitman, the full text of which is available from our Selected Criticism page.]
  • WhitmanWeb
    [The 1881 version of "Song of Myself" in the original English and in translations into ten different languages, with recordings in English and Persian, and with commentaries on each section of the poem.]
  • The Classroom Electric: Dickinson, Whitman, and American Culture
    [Collection of web sites for students and teachers on Emily Dickinson, Walt Whitman, and nineteenth-century American culture.]
  • Whitman's Brooklyn
    [Images, maps, and general history of Brooklyn during the years Whitman lived there.]
  • The Vault at Pfaff's
    [Biographies of and writings by the many artists who gathered with Whitman at Pfaff's Beer Hall in New York City; includes a complete run of Henry Clapp's Saturday Press.]
  • Mickle Street Review
    [Online journal devoted to Whitman, with numerous special issues devoted to particular topics in Whitman studies.]
  • Leaves of Grass - Audio Text
    ["Polyvocal" recording of the 1855 version of the poem that Whitman would eventually entitle "Song of Myself," read by six different readers.]
  • Civil War Washington
    [Maps, data, articles, and documents about Washington, D.C., during the Civil War; includes many issues of military hospital newspapers.]
  • Brooklyn Daily Eagle 1841-1902
    [Searchable complete run of the newspaper Whitman edited from March 1846 to January 1848.]
  • Whitman, Alabama
    [Documentary film by Jennifer Crandall in which "people . . . look into a camera and share a part of themselves through the words of Walt Whitman."]

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