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His social life was hectic, his first son Gary was born in 1933 with twin boys following in 1934. By 1936, he'd replaced his former boss, Paul Whiteman, as host of ...

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Whitman faced financial struggles most of his life because he valued what? ... Answer Face value is the amount of life insurance that is stated on the front page  ...

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Walt Whitman, arguably America's most influential and innovative poet, was born into a ... life, in part because of the early influence of Hicks, and in part because his ... Even late in his life, he could still recall the excitement of seeing this first ..... for over a decade to address in journalism and fiction the social issues (such as ...

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2 few texts are more important than Democratic Vistas in debates ... problems. Whitman wrote his text, in part, as a rebuttal to thomas carlyle's essay “shooting niagara: and after? ... fetters, and restrictions” because he sees no capacity for autonomy in the swarm ... be a valuable contribution to grassroots political movements.

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autograph requests, but towards the end of his life he had become well ... stance came to influence the way Whitman circulated his signature .... Taken at face value, “this has .... “I value this autograph, because Walt gave it to me; rather I paid him .... the tight control he exerted over his signature certainly made it more.

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... draw on his notebooks, selecting those soldier specimens he could use most produc- ... laborers, struggling for a competence;”3 and late in his life, speaking to horace .... and elevate or “appreciate” William's value in the face of the violent processes ... ity,” writes Jean Baudrillard, “for while the object is a resistant material ...

www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/02/13/when-things-go-missing

Feb 13, 2017 ... I normally live on the East Coast, but that year, unable to face .... In the course of your life, you'll spend roughly six solid months looking for missing objects; here in the ... put the matter more succinctly: “We never lose what we highly value. ..... Like Whitman, his love of life had been exuberant, exhaustive; he ...

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Oct 7, 2011 ... In fact, during the final years of his life, Poe was referred to as "the ... his sorrow over the death of Lenore and his sad resignation that he will not be with her again. ..... “Song of Myself” is composed more of vignettes than lists: Whitman ..... a fantastic story of life on the frontier and the many challenges faced ...

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Free Walt Whitman papers, essays, and research papers. ... In his early life, Whitman received a formal education until age of 11 because he needed to help his .... Whitman is most well-known for his book of poems, Leaves of Grass. .... What Whitman faced in writing his poetry was the difficulty in describing and resonating ...