Drum-Taps
Format
Broché
EAN13
9791041988143
ISBN
979-10-419-8814-3
Éditeur
CULTUREA
Date de publication
Nombre de pages
48
Dimensions
22 x 17 x 0,3 cm
Poids
93 g
Langue
anglais
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"Drum-Taps" by Walt Whitman is an affirmative and poignant collection of poems that reflects the poet's deep engagement with the American Civil War. Published during the mid-19th century, Whitman's work captures the emotional and physical toll of war while celebrating the resilience and spirit of the American people.
In "Drum-Taps," readers can expect a series of verses that provide a vivid and personal portrayal of the Civil War experience. Whitman, often referred to as the "poet of democracy," likely employs a free verse style to convey the raw and unfiltered emotions of soldiers on the battlefield, as well as the impact of the war on the nation.
The title, "Drum-Taps," suggests a thematic focus on the military and the rhythmic beats of war drums, emphasizing the sounds and cadences associated with conflict. Whitman's verses may explore themes of camaraderie, sacrifice, and the profound human experiences that emerge during times of strife.
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