Walt Whitman: “I Sing the Body Electric” (podcast)

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Walt Whitman: "I Sing the Body Electric" Human Voices Wake Us

Other Podcasts of Walt Whitman’s Poetry:

Notes from the Grid: Simple Awareness Human Voices Wake Us

Preorder print copies of Notes from the Grid here: https://wordandsilence.com/human-voices-wake-us/ Tonight, I read the last three essays from Notes from the Grid. After a short introduction, the eighth essay begins at 6:00, the ninth at 26:30, and the tenth at 54:40. The audio from Philip Roth near the end of tonight's episode comes from Christopher Lydon's 2006 interview with him. As always, send any comments to humanvoiceswakeus1@gmail.com. I assume that the small amount of work presented in each episode constitutes fair use. Publishers, authors, or other copyright holders who would prefer to not have their work presented here can also email me at humanvoiceswakeus1@gmail.com, and I will remove the episode immediately. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/humanvoiceswakeus/support

Walt Whitman: "When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd" Human Voices Wake Us

Walt Whitman: "I Sing the Body Electric" Human Voices Wake Us

Walt Whitman: "The Sleepers" Human Voices Wake Us

Walt Whitman: "As I Ebb'd with the Ocean of Life" Human Voices Wake Us

Walt Whitman: "Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking" Human Voices Wake Us

Walt Whitman: "Crossing Brooklyn Ferry" Human Voices Wake Us

Listen to these episodes on Whitman’s life, and Peter Zweig’s biography, Walt Whitman: The Making of a Poet

Walt Whitman's Life #1: Whitman's Long Foreground Human Voices Wake Us

Walt Whitman's Life #2: Early Politics, the Opera & Theater Human Voices Wake Us

Walt Whitman's Life #3: Whitman & Sex Human Voices Wake Us

Walt Whitman's Life #4: Whitman in 1849 Human Voices Wake Us

Walt Whitman's Life #5: Building Houses & Writing Poems Human Voices Wake Us

Walt Whitman's Life #6: The Books He Read & the Scraps He Saved Human Voices Wake Us