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" ... and without which this nation will no more stand, permanently, soundly, than a house will stand without a substratum,) a religious and moral character beneath the political and productive and intellectual bases of the States. "
The North American Review - Страница 28
1883
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The North American Review, Том 137

1883
...corruption of those who are the depositories of power." WILLIAM S. HOLMAN. DEMOCRACY AND MORAL PROGRESS. ME. WALT WHITMAN, in his recent impetuous, impulsive,...will be a surprise to some who regard their author as aa altogether fleshly poet. Now, Mr. Whitman speaks from experience. He has traveled over the country,...

Specimen Days: & Collect

Walt Whitman - 1883 - 376 страници
...religious and moral character beneath the political and productive and intellectual bases of the States. For know you not, dear, earnest reader, that the people...— and yet the main things may be entirely lacking? — (and this to suggest them.) View'd, to-day, from a point of view sufficiently over-arching, the...

Specimen Days and Collect

Walt Whitman - 1883 - 376 страници
...religious and moral character beneath the political and productive and intellectual bases of the States. For know you not, dear, earnest reader, that the people...all read and write, and may all possess the right to vote—and yet the main things may be entirely lacking ?—(and this to suggest them.) View'd, to-day,...

Democratic Vistas: And Other Papers

Walt Whitman - 1888 - 175 страници
...productive and intellectual fyispg nf the gfetf ''or Tcnow you not, dear, earnest reader, that the people our land may all read and write, and may all possess...— and yet the main things may be entirely lacking ? — (and this to suggest them.) View'd, to-day, from a point of view sufficiently overiarching, the...

Complete Prose Works: Specimen Days and Collect, November Boughs and Good ...

Walt Whitman - 1901 - 527 страници
...religious and moral character beneath the political and productive and intellectual bases of the States. For know you not, dear, earnest reader, that the people...— and yet the main things may be entirely lacking? — (and this to suggest them.) View'd, to-day, from a point of view sufficiently over-arching, the...

Bulletin of the American Library Association, Том 8

American Library Association - 1914
...Surely no man loved and believed in the people more than Walt Whitman, who once wrote: "For know you not that the people of our land may all read and write,...and yet the main things may be entirely lacking?" Our people are indeed gorged with reading and writing and voting, but to me it seems evident that the...

Walt Whitman: The Song of Himself

Jerome Loving - 2000 - 568 страници
...privilege to vote. "For you know no1, earnest reader, that the people of our land may know all how to read and write, and may all possess the right to vote — and yet the main things may be entirely lacking."68 The answer is a "divine Literatus" to replace the priest. This is also the subject of the...
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The Portable Walt Whitman

Walt Whitman - 2004 - 570 страници
...religious and moral character beneath the political and productive and intellectual bases of the States. For know you not, dear, earnest reader, that the people...— and yet the main things may be entirely lacking? — (and this to suggest them.) View'd, to-day, from a point of view sufficiently over-arching, the...
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The New York Intellectuals Reader

Neil Jumonville - 2007 - 441 страници
...new life, giving it decision, affecting politics far more than the popular superficial suffrage. ... For know you not, dear, earnest reader, that the people...— and yet the main things may be entirely lacking? ... The priest departs, the divine literatus comes." The divine literatus is behind schedule. Masscult...
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Prose Works 1892, Volume II: Collect and Other Prose, Том 2

Walt Whitman - 2007 - 480 страници
...political and productive and intellectual bases of the States. For know you not, dear, earnest reader, 95 that the people of our land may all read and write,...and yet the main things may be entirely lacking?— (and this to suggest them.) View'd, to-day, from a point of view sufficiently over-arching, the problem...
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