Walt Whitman, Sexuality, and Intimacy: 1819-1892

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Timeline, Sources, Narrative

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Subjects to Discuss in this Entry

Whitman and his brothers.

Whitman and his father.

Whitman and his mother.

Whitman and Gilchrist, Anne and her son Herbert.

Whitman and his sisters.

Whitman and Symonds, John Addington.

Whitman and Traubel, Horace.

Whitman and Stoker, Bram.

Whitman and Carpenter, Edward.

Whitman and guys he met in the street.

Whitman and soldiers.

Whitman and students.

See also:

Timeline: Walt Whitman, Sexuality, and Intimacy