Walt Whitman: The Embodied Poet of Existence

Poet Tim Kavi delivers this essay as a brief discussion of Whitman juxtaposed with one of his most famous poems,"I Sing the Body Electric." This ebook essay should be of interest to Walt Whitman fans, students, and poetry readers (using it as a resource and Study Guide for Whitman's "I Sing the Body Electric." More

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Published by TiLu Press
Words: 5,340
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301043132
About Tim Kavi

Tim Kavi is a writer, poet, and teacher (when he's not doing his day jobs as a consultant, businessman, or therapist). His poetry is most well known for collections that emphasize the Goddess, the Divine Feminine, mysticism, and philosophical themes associated with freedom, dialogue, and dualism/monism. He has published three prior collections: Emerging Goddess (2011), Ascending Goddess (2012), and Lost Love Poems (2012). Forthcoming collections include Poems of Protest, Revealed Goddess, and City of Night-City of Light. Tim is published exclusively by TiLu Press.

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