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Author

Ingersoll, Robert

Title

Liberty in Literature: A Testimonial to Walt Whitman

Sub-Title

Publisher

 

Truthseeker Company

Year

1890

City

New York

Edition

Scanned

Searchable

Cleaned

Deluxe

Authorized Edition

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50.0000

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200.0000

Description

This tribute to Whitman was first delivered in Philadelphia on Oct. 21, 1890, then later delivered as Whitman's funeral address at Harleigh, Camden, N. J. On March 30, 1892.

Ingersoll writes, after commenting on the increase in American people's literacy between 1855 and 1890, "The American citizen has concluded that it is hardly worth while being a sovereign unless he has the right to think for himself.And now, from this hight, with the vantage ground of to-day, I propose to this book ["Leaves of Grass"] and to state, in a general way, what Walt Whitman has done, what he has accomplished, and the place he has won in the world of thought."

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