Walt Whitman (O, Captain, My Captain)
" O, Captain! My Captain? " is one of Whitman's famous poems. It is an elegy on the death of Abraham Lincoln, the president of the U.S.A. He was Whitman's hero and most beloved leader. He was kind, gentle, sympathetic yet brave and determined. He was too full of the milk of human kindness that he couldn't endure the bad condition of the Negro-slaves in the southern states. He decided to abate slavery and set the Negroes free . Of course, the southern states opposed this decision and decided to break away from the northern states. Lincoln found himself in a very hard situation but he didn't…
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