Leaves of Grass is Walt Whitman's masterwork — a massive, sprawling, all-encompassing celebration of life, emotion, nature, and culture. First published in 1855, but continually reworked and republished with new poems and edits for over three decades, Leaves of Grass is Walt Whitman's love song to the still young United States. This edition was his final, so-called "deathbed" edition, expanding his original 12 poems to nearly 400.
The Bookbyte Digital edition also includes images accompanying each "book" of poems, taken from old maps, classic paintings, and contemporary photographers.
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Formatting is all wrong - how can you read a poem that doesn't reflect the poet's original intention?
It's very different to the TV series
I haven't seen a single reference to meth at all, so far.