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Com/wp-srv/politics/special/clinton/icreport/icreport. htm. forty nine. Kenneth Starr, “The Starr Report,” half 2, Washington put up, 1998, http://www. washingtonpost. com/wp-srv/politics/special/clinton/icreport/icreport. htm. 50. Kenneth Starr, “The Starr Report,” half 1, Washington put up, 1998, http://www. washingtonpost. com/wp-srv/politics/special/clinton/icreport/icreport. htm. INTERLUDE II: used to be WALT WHITMAN homosexual? 1. Walt Whitman, “In Paths Untrodden” in chosen Poems 1855–1892: a brand new variation, ed. Gary Schmidgall (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1999), 223. 2. James E. Miller, Jr. , Walt Whitman: An Encyclopedia, “Calamus” (New York: Routledge, 1998), ninety seven. three. Walt Whitman, “When I Heard on the shut of Day,” in chosen Poems, 234. four. Walt Whitman, “Hours carrying on with Long,” in chosen Poems, 232–33. five. Walt Whitman, “Who Is Now analyzing This? ,” in chosen Poems, 237–38. 6. Whitman, “Hours carrying on with Long,” 232. 7. See Jerome Loving, “Emory Holloway and the hunt for Whitman’s ‘Manhood,’” Walt Whitman Quarterly evaluation 11/1 (1993), 12–14. eight. Hershel Parker, “The genuine ‘Live Oak, with Moss’: directly speak about Whitman’s ‘Gay Manifesto,’” 19th Century Literature 51/2 (1996), 157. nine. Horace Traubel, With Walt Whitman in Camden, ed. Sculley Bradley, vol. three (New York: Mitchell Kennerley, 1914), 298. 10. Walt Whitman to Moncure D. Conway, November 1, 1867, The Correspondence: 1842–1867, ed. Edwin Haviland Miller, vol. 1 (New York: long island college Press, 1961), 346–47. eleven. Walt Whitman, “Song of Myself,” in Leaves of Grass (1855; repr. , ny: Library of the US, 1982), 31. 12. Whitman, “Paths,” 223. thirteen. Ibid. 14. Walt Whitman, “Not warmth Flames Up and Consumes,” “Whoever you're preserving Me Now In Hand,” and “To a Stranger,” in chosen Poems, 236, 226, 241. 15. Walt Whitman, “Roots and Leaves Themselves Alone,” in chosen Poems, 235. sixteen. Walt Whitman, “I pay attention It was once Charged opposed to Me,” in chosen Poems, 243. 17. “Leaves of Grass,” The Saturday overview, July 7, 1860, http://www. whitmanarchive. org/criticism/reviews/leaves1860/anc. 00044. html. 18. Jerome Loving, Walt Whitman: The track of Himself (Berkeley: college of California Press, 1999), 414. 19. it may be, as one Whitman student has lately written, that “the topic of homosexuality was once absolutely sealed to the yank mind,” yet that isn't totally precise. One disgusted reviewer (Rufus Griswold) of the 1855 version of Leaves of Grass referred obliquely to “Peccatum illud horribile, inter Christianos non nominandum” (that terrible sin to not be named between Christians). in particular, the Latin word spoke of sodomy, which was once now not, it's going to appear, completely sealed to the yankee brain. with regards to homosexuality and the yank brain, see Walt Whitman’s Mystical Ethics of Comradeship: Homosexuality and the Marginality of Friendship on the Crossroads of Modernity (Albany: kingdom collage of latest York Press, 2010), three. See Rufus W. Griswold, “Review of Leaves of Grass (1855),” The Criterion, November, 10, 1855, http://www. whitmanarchive. org/criticism/reviews/leaves1855/anc.