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Walt Whitman
used in Tess of the d'Urbervilles

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among the most influential and controversial U.S. poets (1819-1892) who is probably best remembered for his book of poetry, Leaves of Grass
  • Angel had come as pupil to this dairy in the idea that his temporary existence here was to be the merest episode in his life, soon passed through and early forgotten; he had come as to a place from which as from a screened alcove he could calmly view the absorbing world without, and, apostrophizing it with Walt Whitman— Crowds of men and women attired in the usual costumes, How curious you are to me!
    4 — The Consequence (1% in)

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