The Wound Dresser

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Walt Whitman., & Walt Whitman|AUTHOR. (2016). The Wound Dresser. Otbebookpublishing.

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Walt Whitman and Walt Whitman|AUTHOR. 2016. The Wound Dresser. Otbebookpublishing.

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Grouped Work ID47093599-2631-b945-e238-63df05c10601
Full titlewound dresser
Authorwhitman walt
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Last Update2019-10-15 12:38:36PM
Last Indexed2020-07-30 04:47:25AM

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    [synopsis] => Walt Whitman's "The Wound-Dresser" is a sixty-five-line free-verse poem in four sections describing the suffering in the Civil War hospitals and the poet's suffering, faithfulness to duty, and developing compassion as he tended to soldiers' physical wounds and gave comfort. Published at war's end, the poem opens with an old veteran speaking, imaginatively suggesting some youths gathered about who have asked him to tell of his most powerful memories. The children request stories of battle glory, but the poet quickly dismisses these as ephemeral. He then narrates a journey through a military hospital such as Whitman experienced in Washington, D.C., during the second half of the war. (Excerpt from Wikipedia)
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