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Surname 1 Student's Name Professor's Name Course Date Annotated Bibliography - Walt Whitman's "Beat! Beat! Drums!" Miller, Cristanne. “Drum-Taps: Revisions and Reconciliation.” Walt Whitman Quarterly Review , vol. 26, no. 4, 2009, pp. 171–196., doi:10.13008/2153-3695.1874. Miller seems to focus on the theme of humanity within the poem. In keeping with the author, humanity in the poem appears to diminish from stanza one to the last stanza. In other words, it dwindles from absolute solvable problems to matters that are assumable, and on to manifestation and commonness of issues that overshadow the concept of human care and compassion simultaneously. This piece of the inscription is vital as it tells a process in which Whiteman offers a clear standpoint on war. Indeed, it exposes how war harms everything and that it could successfully take the very humanity of individuals from them. Mullins, Maire. “Stopping History in Walt Whitman's ‘Drum-Taps.’” Walt Whitman Quarterly Review , vol. 17, no. 1-2, 1999, pp. 4–14., doi:10.13008/2153-3695.1567. The author breaks down the “Beat! Beat! Drum” poem by Whitman. The analysis illustrates the freedom, laughter, and fun of the drums. Mullins emphasizes the fact that no fixed or specific location is a sign of the characteristic of the situation, but the aspect is a demonstration of freedom and contentment of both the people and the sound. Moreover, the writer emphasizes the part of the poem where Whitman describes a place
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Surname 2 with a deafening thunder of beats and sounds. The significance of this piece of writing is
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