Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson - Compared
Both Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman were important literary figures whose influence is still seen in American literature. Although Dickinson and Whitman were both alive during the nineteenth century, they had many differences. While Dickinson lived in rural Massachusetts, Whitman spent most of his life in the city. The two poets although had different levels of experience, Whitman being a Civil War nurse and Dickinson being a recluse; yet they dealt with many of the same issues through their poetry. For example, both Whitman and Dickinson explore the image of war in their poetry.
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