By Walt Whitman
A pocket-sized compendium of passages from Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grasspaired with the correct phrases of numerous historic and modern thinkers, equivalent to Margaret Fuller, Friedrich Nietzsche, Jane Goodall, Mark Twain, Marc Chagall, Helen Keller, Buddha, Dante, and Bhagavad Gita
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There are some superficial similarities between DantȲs and the Mask. Both men are held in solitary confinement. Both are eventually visited in prison by priests and are finally able to leave their cells as a result of that encounter, although the circumstances of their flight are totally different. Far more important than these rather facile parallels is the fact that both men are innocent victims of arbitrary decisions designed to protect another individual舗s political and personal future. 3 Beyond that, however, the stories Dumas tells about DantȲs and the Mask are more different than they are alike.
De Mazarin舗s Receipt Chapter 10 - Monsieur Colbert舗s Rough Draft Chapter 11 - In Which the Author Thinks It Is Now Time to Return to the Vicomte ... Chapter 12 - Bragelonne Continues His Inquiries Chapter 13 - Two Jealousies Chapter 14 - A Domiciliary Visit Chapter 15 - Porthos舗s Plan of Action Chapter 16 - The Change of Residence, the Trap-Door, and the Portrait Chapter 17 - Rival Politics Chapter 18 - Rival Affections Chapter 19 - King and Nobility Chapter 20 - After the Storm Chapter 21 - Heu!
Thomas-Alexandre Dumas died penniless and broken at age forty-five, leaving his family impoverished. Young Alexandre received only a limited education; however, he was an avid reader, and his elegant penmanship got him a position as clerk to a solicitor. In 1823, he moved to Paris, where, through his father舗s connections, he became a copyist for the Duke of Orlȳans, the future King Louis-Philippe. Dumas soon turned his attention to literary pursuits. His first major success was the historical drama Henry III and His Court in 1829, followed in 1831 by Antony.
Meditations of Walt Whitman by Walt Whitman