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Whitman,

town (1990 pop. 13,240), Plymouth co., SE Mass., S of Boston; settled c.1670, set off from Abington and inc. 1875. It is an industrial town that manufactures plastics and foundry products. The Toll House (1709) is restored.

Whitman

Walt(er). 1819--92, US poet, whose life's work is collected in Leaves of Grass (1855 and subsequent enlarged editions). His poems celebrate existence and the multiple elements that make up a democratic society
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I hope that the survey of various biographical constructions of Whitman in age that follows, while not exhaustive, will hasten a more informed conversation about Whitman's late life and poetry, a span of time and a body of work that deserves more--and more nuanced--attention in biography and criticism alike.
But Whitman has now made it clear that her future will be at HPE.
Muchos anos despues de la publicacion de estos ensayos, Borges explica la importancia del libro de Whitman y la significacion de su invencion del otro Whitman.
Stacy contends that, by defining himself through his labor, Whitman was able to conceptualize a new value in work during a moment of cultural conflict when a more industrial, capitalistic model was replacing the nation's artisanal culture.
In addition to being a caring and beloved relative and friend, Yetta Whitman was an intrepid world traveler, a music and nature lover, an avid reader, swimmer and walker, and an excellent bridge and Scrabble player.
Still, Whitman never completely eliminated the homoeroticism from his works.
You don't have to describe verbally in the call what you've just shot on video," Whitman told us.
Flanders asserts that Whitman gets the moderate tag due to her stance on abortion.
3 acres, 1307 Walt Whitman Road was acquired by Reckson Associates in 1997.
Board of Education: A Documentary History Edited by Mark Whitman, Markus Wiener Publishers February 2004, $22.
As the owner of a small business that provides strategic consulting, project management, PR and technical writing, Whitman values the interaction NAMA provides.
Specifically on bioterrorism, Whitman said, EPA is working with the Department of Homeland Security on coordination of response capabilities, laboratory capability, and communication to deal with public concerns.