We contain multitudes; there are many ways we might have been had life led us in other ways http://t.co/RUODmW5SJi pic.twitter.com/VRql0ZVxPM — The School of Life (@TheSchoolOfLife) January
Whitman makes his case boldly and enthusiastically in the first three lines of Song of Myself I celebrate myself, and sing myself, And what I assume you shall assume, For every atom belonging
Jim Clark provides an aniation of the only known recording of Whitman's voice.
A story about one publisher's quest to publish beautiful books with letterpress. A lot of the images in the video—type cases, fonts, galleys, a tub of hot metal, platen presses—raised vivid
One of my favorite Whitman poems from one of my favorite people. The web site for the Hayden Planetarium charcterizes Tyson as a "science communicator." That may be so, but I
"The sidewalks are littered with postcards from God." Walt Whitman — Frederic Brussat (@FredericBrussat) June 28, 2014