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The Bibliography of Walt Whitman

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Author: Frank Shay
Published: 1920
Language: English
Wordcount: 6,730 / 30 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 69.9
LoC Category: Z
Downloads: 521
Added to site: 2010.03.26
mnybks.net#: 27149
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: Reference
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Copyright notice dated 1870; Later issues were bound in cloth.


1871

Memoranda. Democratic Vistas. Washington, D. C., 1871. [Pointing Hand] See Advertisement at end of this Volume.

Duodecimo, light green paper wrappers, uncut; title, contents, pp. 84.

Copyright notice dated 1870.


1871

Leaves of Grass. Passage to India. (Five line poem beginning, "Gliding o'er all.") Washington, D. C., 1871. [Pointing Hand] See Advertisement at end of this Volume.

Duodecimo, light green paper wrappers, uncut; title, contents, pp. iv-120.

Copyright notice dated 1870.


1871

After All, Not to Create Only. Recited by Walt Whitman on Invitation of Managers American Institute, on Opening their 40th Annual Exhibition, New York, noon, September 7, 1871 (device). Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1871.

Duodecimo, beveled cloth boards, half-title, title, note, vii; pp. 24, notes.

There is also a limp cloth issue which is quite common, that was issue

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