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A Boston CRITICISM OF WHITMAN, Poet-Lore, August, September, 1892, by

John Burroughs. WALT WHITMAN: Review of Clarke's Walt Whitman, The Critic, Sept. 3,

1892. WALT WHITMAN, The Arena, September, 1892, by Professor Willis Boughton. WHITMAN'S AND TENNYSON'S Relations to SCIENCE, Tbe Dial (Chicago),

March 16, 1893, by John Burroughs. Walt WHITMAN, THE COMRADE, The Conservator, March, 1893, by Horace L.

Traubel. A GLANCE INTO WALT WHITMAN, Lippincott, June, 1893, by John Burroughs. A Port or Grand PHYSIQUE, The Critic, June 3, 1893, by John Burroughs. Walt WHITMAN, Poet-Lore, June-July, 1893, by Oscar L. Triggs. WALT WHITMAN'S “ARTISTIC ATHEISM, Poet-Lore, October, 1893, by

Horace L. Traubel. Walt WHITMAN AND HIS Art, Poet-Lore, February, 1894, by John Burroughs. A NOTE ON Walt WHITMAN, New Review, April, 1894, by Edmund Gosse. Walt Whitman's Ethics, The Conservator, April, 1894, by Isaac Hull Platt. THE Cosmic SENSE AS MANIFESTED IN SHELLEY AND WHITMAN, The Conservator,

June, 1894, by Isaac Hull Platt. THE RELATIONS OF Music to POETRY IN AMERICAN Poets, Music, June, July,

1894, by Helen A. Clarke. Walt WHITMAN: A Character Sketch, The Altruistic Review, August, 1894,

by James L. Onderdonk. THE RELIGION OF WALT WHITMAN's Poems, The Arena, September, 1894,

by M. J. Savage, with portrait. WALT WHITMAN AND MÜRGER, Poet-Lore, October, 1894, by Horace L.

Traubel. WHITMAN AND Tolstoi, The Conservator, January, 1895, by Edward Payson

Jackson. THE FRIENDSHIP OF WHITMAN AND EMERSON, Poet-Lore, February, 1895, by

William Sloane Kennedy. PassagE INDIA, The Conservator, March, 1895, by Helen A. Clarke. Does WHITMAN HARMONIZE HIS DOCTRINE OF EVIL WITH THE PURSUIT OF

IDEALS ? The Conservator, May, 1895, by Helen A. Clarke. COLLECT, The Conservator, June, 1895, by Horace L. Traubel. EMERSON'S AND LOWELL'S Views or WHITMAN, The Conservator, June, 1895,

by John Burroughs. Was WHITMAN MAD? The Conservator, June, 1895, by R. M. Bucke. First IMPRESSIONS OF LITERARY New York, Harper's Magazine, June, 1895,

by W. D. Howells (meeting with Whitman at Pfaff's). GREEK Traits In Walt WHITMAN, Poet-Lore, June-July, 1895, by Emily

Christiana Monck. WHAT WALT WHITMAN MEANS TO THE Negro, The Conservator, July, 1895,

by Kelly Miller. THE JUSTIFICATION OF Evil, The Conservator, July, 1895, by Isaac Hull Platt. WHITMAN'S ALTRUISM, The Conservator, September, 1895, by Helena Born. Two LETTERS INDICATING THE Con or WHITMAN, The Conservator, September,

1895, by Edgar Fawcett. WALT WHITMAN AGAIN, The Conservator, October, 1895, by John Burroughs. MORE WHITMAN CHARACTERISTICS, The Conservator, November, 1895, by John

Burroughs. SOME RESPONSES AND RUMINATIONS, The Conservator, November, 1895, by

Edgar Fawcett.

SOME ASPECTS OF WHitman's Art, The Conservator, November, 1895, by

Oscar L. Triggs. The Good Gray Port, Munsey, November, 1895, by Richard H. Titherington,

with portraits and illustrations. THE PURPORT OF BROWNING's AND WHITMAN'S DEMOCRACY, Poet-Lore,

November, December, 1895. WALT WHITMAN AND HIS BOSTON PUBLISHERS, The Conservator, December,

1895, January, 1896, by Thomas B. Harned. WHITMAN ÎNSPIRED AND UNINSPIRED, AND HIS Eroticism, The Conservator,

March, 1896, by J. T. Trowbridge. ALFRED Austin ON W. W., The Conservator, March, 1896, by William Sloane

Kennedy. WHITMAN AND WOMAN, The Conservator, March, 1896, by Charles G.

Garrison. Poets of REVOLT, The Conservator, March, April, May, 1896, by Helena

Born. Notes on THE Text of LEAVES of Grass, The Conservator, May, June,

August, 1896, January, February, 1897, by R. M. Bucke. A Few IMPRESSIONS or Walt Whitman, The Conservator, June, 1896, by

David Edward Cronin. A PEEP INTO WHITMAN's Manuscripts, The Conservator, June, 1896, by

William Sloane Kennedy. THE AMERICAN IDEA IN WHITMAN, The Conservator, July, 1896, by Charlotte

Porter. WHITMAN's LACK OF HUMOR, The Conservator, September, 1896, by Oscar L.

Triggs. WAGNER, MilleT, AND WHITMAN : IN RELATION TO ART AND DEMOCRACY,

The Progressive Review, October, 1896, by Edward Carpenter. Two VIEWS OF WHITMAN, The Dial, Jan. 1, 1897, by George C. Cook. The Primary Condition or UNDERSTANDING WHITMAN, The Dial, Jan. 16,

1897, by Oscar L. Triggs. DEMOCRATIC CRITICISM, The Dial, March 1, 1897, by Oscar L. Triggs. Two Books on WHITMAN, The Nation, Jan. 21, 1897. Mr. Burroughs's Study Of Walt WHITMAN, The Bookman, February, 1897,

by Gerald Stanley Lee. WHITMAN AND WHITTIER AS Patriots, The Conservator, April, 1897, by Edward

Payson Jackson. WOMAN AND FREEDOM IN WHITMAN, Poet-Lore, April-June, 1897, by Helen

Abbott Michael. REMINISCENT OF WHITMAN, The Conservator, May, 1897, by Frank B. San

born. The Poet or CONFLICT, The Conservator, July, 1897, by James Walter Young. Walt WHITMAN, The Chap-Book, July 15, 1897, by John Jay Chapman. Walt WHITMAN AND HIS Critics, The Chap-Book, Aug. 1, Sept. 1. 1897, by

Oscar L. Triggs, Edward Everett Hale, Jr., Maurice Thompson, Laurence

Jerrold. THE GROWTH OF LEAves of Grass, The Conservator, August, 1897, by Oscar L.

Triggs. Walt Whitman, Zeit (Vienna), Oct. 16-23, 1897, by Dr. Karl Federn. Walt WHITMAN (with illustrations), The Bookman, January, 1898, by M. A.

De Wolfe Howe.

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