Walt Whitman & the Civil War Nebraska ETV, Great Amwell Production from Anyone for Tennyson? ; producer, Gene Bunge ; director, Ron Nicodemus.

A presentation of Walt Whitman's poetry about the Civil War speaks not only of the tragedy of the conflict, but also of a young nation and its people.

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Authors: First Poetry Quartet., Great Amwell Company., Nebraska Educational Television Network., Nebraskans for Public Television, Inc., Monterey Home Video (Firm), Monterey Movie Company.
Other Authors: Whitman, Walt, 1819-1892., Kiley, Richard.
Format: Video VHS
Published: Thousand Oaks, CA : Monterey Home Video : distributed by the Monterey Movie Company, [1998], c1997.
Series:Master poets collection
Table of Contents:
  • First o songs for a prelude (excerpt)
  • As I ponder'd in silence
  • Eighteen sixty-one
  • Year that trembled and reel'd beneath me
  • Beat! Beat! Drums!
  • The artilleryman's vision (excerpt)
  • The wound-dresser (excerpt)
  • A march in the ranks hard-prest, and the road unknown
  • Dirge for two veterans (excerpt)
  • Camps of green (excerpt)
  • Reconciliation
  • O Captain! My captain!
  • When lilacs last in the dooryard bloom'd (excerpt)
  • Over the carnage rose prophetic a voice
  • I hear America singing.