Walt Whitman's celebrated poetry collection, read by Ed Begley. Includes: 'The Old Face of the Mother of Many Children', 'Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking', 'A March in the Ranks Hard-Prest', 'Good-Bye My Fancy', 'Hear America Singing', 'I Think I Could Turn and Live with Animals', 'The Sleepers Are Very Beautiful', 'Give Me The Splendid Silent Sun', 'Song of Myself - I Celebrate Myself', 'To a Locomotive', 'Who Goes There', 'A Child Said What Is the Grass', 'The Spotted Hawk Swoops By and Accuses Me', and 'When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer'.
Good, But not the whole thing?
You really shouldn't say it's unabridged if it doesn't contain the entire text "Leaves of Grass"
do not buy
painfully abridged. it literally includes one page of the 50 in Song of Myself. God awful.
Great reading of Whitman!
Reviewers should stop complaining about the "unabridged" reference. What do you expect for $4.95? Ed Begley is the finest reader of Whitman available. His reading of "Out of the Cradle" is deeply moving. Section 8 of "The Sleepers" is hauntingly beautiful. I come back to this recording again and again. I cannot recommend it highly enough!