In Whitman's Hand

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Title: More Books

Creator: Walt Whitman

Date: After 1884

Whitman Archive ID: loc.03403

Source: The Charles E. Feinberg Collection of the Papers of Walt Whitman, 1839–1919, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Transcribed from digital images of the original item. For a description of the editorial rationale behind our treatment of the marginalia and annotations, see our statement of editorial policy.

Editorial note: Whitman moved to the Mickle Street address listed on the verso of this page on March 26, 1884, so these notes were almost certainly written after that date.

Contributors to digital file: Lauren Grewe, Ty Alyea, Nicole Gray, and Matt Cohen



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Others on the main table [more books?], a few of them evidently, books, several of them 'old-timers'— a Bible, a several Shaksperes; Tennyson, Ossian, Burns—a work devoted to [H?] translations of Homer, and the Pindar, and the Greek tragedies, ^and Felton's Greeks and Symonds' books on Greece—a full collection of books the works, Fauriel, Ellis, and others on medieval ballads—a well-thumb'd volume ^(his companion—off and on for fifty years) of Walter Scotts' Border Minstrelsy—Tennyson, Ossian, Burns, form part or have formed parts of his familiar reading


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Whitman

328 Mickle St

Camden

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