1. Literary Culture in the
2. Puritan Writings and Life
3. Revolution and the Republic
4. Washingon Irving and
5. Edgar Allan Poe
7. Nathaniel Hawthorne
8. Herman Melville
9. Emily Dickinson
12. Kate Chopin
|10.- Walt Whitman.
Subject of discussion to be presented in class:
- Whitman’s Impulse to Write: Democracy.
All these bibliographical references can be found at
the Universidad de La Laguna
Central Library (Guajara Campus):
- Clarke, Graham. Walt Whitman. The Poem as Private
History. North Common Chailey:
- Pease, Donald. "Walt Whitman." The Columbia History
of American Poetry. Ed. Jay Parini.
New York: Columbia UP, 1993. 148-171.
- Snediker, Michael. "Whitman on the Verge: Or the
Desires of Solitude." Arizona Quarterly
61.3 (Autumn 2005): 27-56.
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