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  • Walt Whitman
  • To A Stranger By: Walt Whitman
  • PASSING stranger! you do not know how longingly I look upon you, You must be he I was seeking, or she I was seeking, (it comes to me as of a dream,) I have somewhere surely lived a life of joy with you, All is recall'd as we flit by each other, fluid, affectionate, chaste, matured, Walt was born on May 31 st 1819 in West Hills, NY He was the 2 nd of 9 children. This is a simile This is assonance Every single person dreams Every single night; we usually Don’t remember it.
  • You grew up with me, were a boy with me or a girl with me, I ate with you and slept with you, your body has become not yours only nor left my body mine only, You give me the pleasure of your eyes, face, flesh, as we pass, you take of my beard, breast, hands, in return, He died on March 26 th 1896 in Camden NJ “Eyes, Face, Flesh,” is Alliteration. There is a main street In every borough of NYC except Manhattan. Walt Was raised in Brooklyn. A beard can contain Anywhere from 40 to 4,000 Hairs. Whitman was quite conceited and often Referred to himself as the American bard.
  • I am not to speak to you, I am to think of you when I sit alone or wake at night alone, I am to wait, I do not doubt I am to meet you again, I am to see to it that I do not lose you. Whitman is Generally Considered to be The most Important American poet Of the 19 th century This is assonance Whitman designed The tomb he is buried in. Whitman’s Sexuality is Debated.
  • Explication Slide
    • This poem is all about the people we encounter. It talks about how everyone we meet affects us, and how we affect them in return. They change us, we change them, and we move on, but that’s the way its suppose to be. It also mentions that we will continue to think of these people as the rest of our lives go on.