Walt Whitman Essay | Student Essay

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Summary: Essay provides a biography on the life, accomplishments, and works of Walt Whitman.
Whitman lived his life as a blank page in a journal, and he feared not what others said about living a very liberal life. Being that he was homosexual, people looked at him as a joke when in reality he saw things on a new level ; he was strong minded like a man and rather intense yet sensitive like a woman. According to W.D. Snodgrass, "Whitman was more [of a] man than you'll ever be...and a bitch, too." (572). Walt Whitman was said to be "omnisexual" because he acted as both man and woman, a superior being within his own mind. He didn't see situations as a male or female but as an outside source as both genders. In "Song of Myself #7" his writing is self evident that he reflects his "omnisexual" views of life. The purpose of this poem is to celebrate the everyday...

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