Published Works

Translations

This section of the Archive includes book-length translations of Whitman as well as more than thirty different translations, in five languages, of Whitman's poem "Poets to Come." In addition to the introductions to the many translations of "Poets to Come" available via the links below, readers interested in the theoretical issues related to literary translations, digital archives, and Whitman may wish to consult Matt Cohen's essay, "Transgenic Deformation: Literary Translation and the Digital Archive."

Full-length Translations

"Poets to Come"

"Song of Myself"


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