Clarified and transfigur’d


From the Heritage Press edition of Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass, illustrated by Rockwell Kent, 1936.


1 thought on “Clarified and transfigur’d”

  1. Whitman was chanelling modernism from the mid-1800’s, not just ahead of his time but at least two generations forward and into the next century, letting “there be commerce between us” other such American craftsmen.


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