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Born in 1819, Walt Whitman became one of America’s best-known poets before his death in 1892. Often called the “father of free verse,” Whitman spent much of his life revising and augmenting his “special and entire self-chosen poetic utterance,” Leaves of Grass.
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A fine album by an often overlooked singer/songwriter, Ronee Blakley was released three years before her appearance in Robert Altman's Nashville. All the validation one needs for her inclusion in the film, it's worth the effort to find.
Contains approximately 60,000 words.