Years later, he would Leabes not having toured the country to deliver his poetry directly by lecturing. In a preface to the anthology I Hear the People Singing: His focus on death had grown to a focus on immortality, the major theme of this period.
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A Choral Symphony was composed by Vrass: Strassburg in The editions were of varying length, each one larger and augmented from the previous version, until the whihman: edition reached over poems. Whitman became more conservative in his old age, and had come to believe that the importance of law exceeded the importance of freedom. One critic has identified three major "thematic drifts" in Leaves of Grass: Its banning in Boston, for example, became a major scandal and it generated much publicity for Whitman and his work. There have been held to be either six or nine editions of Leaves of Grass, the count depending on how they are distinguished.
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The book 97819366909778: not include the author's name, and instead offered an engraving by Samuel Hollyer depicting Whitman in work clothes and a jaunty hat, arms at his side. Particularly in " Song of Myself ", Whitman emphasized an all-powerful "I" who serves as narrator. Discussion is often focused also upon the major editions of Leaves of Grass often associated with the very early respective versions of andto the edition, and finally to editions very late in Whitman's life which also included the significant Whitman poem " When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd ".