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Early American Authors notes - Walt Whitman Lilacs in the...

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Walt Whitman Lilacs in the door do last bloom. Lincoln assassinated on good Friday Looking at Lincoln as America's kind of Jesus Whitman was drastically affected by Lincoln's assassination A commonality of America (Lincoln was an iconic representation of our hopes, frustration. ...etc.) Whitman said understood Lincoln "unionism" It was a journey into the "collective being" How to bring unity out of mutuality Thursday, January 27, 2011 Emily Dickenson She found ecstasy in common place continues to alternate verbiage 207 Seems like talking about being drunk "when butterflies renounce their "drams" I shall drink the more" (seems to be referring to alcoholism) Fourth stanza seems to be saying "ill drink till I die" frequent punctuation, re-made forms of punctuation
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Drunk off nature 236 Christianity or divinity comes from within not from a pulpit. You don’t have to go to church to be a good Christian
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2012 for the course HIST 3310 taught by Professor Hawkins during the Spring '11 term at SMU.

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