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about and abandons
its perch in search
yards and sky
code and telephone
visions turn them
out. O browning
grass in cosmic
 Explanatory Note
By appropriating the song-bird’s voice in "Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking," Walt Whitman uses poetry as a moment of subjective domination of the object, vis-à-vis man’s relation to the natural world.
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- Walt Whitman: Online Resources at the Library of Congress
- The Walt Whitman Archive includes all editions of "Leaves of Grass" in page-images and transcription, as well as manuscripts, criticism, and biography
- Walt Whitman Page by Camden County, New Jersey Historical Society
- Works by or about Walt Whitman in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
- Walt Whitman household in NJ in 1880 census
- Walt Whitman letters from the Civil War - taken from the 'Wound Dresser'
- Poems by Walt Whitman An extensive collection of Whitman's poetry
- Poets.org – Biography, related essays, poems, and reading guides from the Academy of American Poets
- MS Lowell 15. Whitman, Walt, 1819-1892. Passage to India : autograph manuscript; Washington, 1870. 21s. (21p.) Houghton Library, Harvard University.
- New York Times, January 22, 1882 WHITMAN, POET AND SEER; A REVIEW OF HIS LITERARY SCHEME, WORK, AND METHOD This is made available online for free in the pre-1922 NYT archives.