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by Philip Callow

ePub Yours download
Author:
Philip Callow
ISBN13:
978-0704311039
ISBN:
0704311038
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Publisher:
Quartet Books; New Ed edition (March 25, 1974)
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ePub file:
1975 kb
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1622 kb
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4.9
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Philip Callow brings to Whitman's extraordinary life the skills and sensitivities of novelist, poet, and biographer. Here is the life of America's poet - beguiling, surprising, in some ways magical - a wonderfully detailed portrait, lyrically told

Philip Callow brings to Whitman's extraordinary life the skills and sensitivities of novelist, poet, and biographer. Here is the life of America's poet - beguiling, surprising, in some ways magical - a wonderfully detailed portrait, lyrically told. More successfully than any earlier biography, Callow's has captured Whitman's elusive truth.

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In Body of Truth, Philip Callow gives us a revealing story of the artist at life's en. He had had a bleak war - hounded out of Cornwall, humilated in army medical exams - and was now overjoyed to be free and on the move, a twentieth-century English exile who would remain passionately English to the end of his days.