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Now the Drum of War—Part Four

Final part in a series  We conclude Rob Couteau’s interview with Robert Roper, author of the new book Now the Drum of War: Walt Whitman and His Brothers in the Civil War. In today’s installment, the writers talk about the international … Continue reading

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Now the Drum of War—Part Three

Third in a series  We continue Rob Couteau’s interview with Robert Roper, author of the new book Now the Drum of War: Walt Whitman and His Brothers in the Civil War. In today’s installment, the writers talk about Whitman’s groundbreaking Leaves … Continue reading

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Now the Drum of War—Part Two

Second in a series We continue Rob Couteau’s interview with Robert Roper, author of the new book Now the Drum of War: Walt Whitman and His Brothers in the Civil War. Today, the two writers will look at the way Whitman … Continue reading

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Now the Drum of War—Part One

First in a series by Rob Couteau In Now the Drum of War, Robert Roper makes a unique contribution to the ever-growing body of Walt Whitman scholarship. His book features an in-depth exploration of Walt’s relationship with his siblings, and … Continue reading

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Now the Drum of War—and an Interview with the Author

Coming up this week, we’re pleased to present a multi-part interview by Rob Couteau with Robert Roper, author of the new book Now the Drum of War: Walt Whitman and His Brothers in the Civil War. Rob Couteau is a … Continue reading

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