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Walt Whitman, who was raised by parents inspired by Quaker thought, later wrote: " George Fox stands for something too — a thought — the thought that wakes in silent hours — perhaps the deepest, most eternal thought latent in the human soul.
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Walt and Whitman
Here, too, must be placed Unitarianism and, less obviously from Christian inspiration, Emerson, Transcendentalism, and the idealism of Walt Whitman.
Housman's poetry influenced British music in a way comparable to that of Walt Whitman in the music of Delius, Vaughan Williams and others: Housman's works provided song texts, Whitman's the texts for larger choral works.
Some of the other famous guests who lived there include: Augustus St. Gaudens, Robert Louis Stevenson, Mark Twain, Hart Crane, Walt Whitman, Anaïs Nin, Thomas Wolfe, Robert Lowell, Horton Foote, Salvador Dalí, Philip Guston, Jackson Pollock, Andy Warhol, and many others.
Many thousands of volunteers worked in the hospitals and rest homes, most famously poet Walt Whitman.
Equally memorable and influential on Walt Whitman is Emerson's idea that " a foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of small minds, adored by little statesmen and philosophers and divines.
Poet and journalist Walt Whitman said of Booth's acting, " He would have flashes, passages, I thought of real genius ".
The Wound-Dresser ( 1988 ): John Adams's setting of Walt Whitman's poem, " The Wound-Dresser ", which Whitman wrote after visiting wounded soldiers during the American Civil War.
This work began in 1936 as a cantata for alto solo and orchestra, loosely based on a few select poems by Walt Whitman.
* Symphony No. 1, Versuch eines Requiem for alto and orchestra ( 1950 ) – revised version of Symphonisches Fragment ( on texts by Walt Whitman )
* Kantate for soprano and orchestra on texts by Walt Whitman ( 1936 ); later retitled Lamento and in 1938 revised as Symphonisches Fragment, whence Symphony No. 1
Important literary precursors of Modernism were: Fyodor Dostoyevsky ( 1821 – 81 ) ( Crime and Punishment ( 1866 ), The Brothers Karamazov ( 1880 ); Walt Whitman ( 1819 – 92 ) ( Leaves of Grass ) ( 1855 – 91 ); Charles Baudelaire ( 1821 – 67 ) ( Les fleurs du mal ), Rimbaud ( 1854 – 91 ) ( Illuminations, 1874 ); August Strindberg ( 1849 – 1912 ), especially his later plays, including, the trilogy To Damascus 1898 – 1901, A Dream Play ( 1902 ), The Ghost Sonata ( 1907 ).
Notable practitioners of elegiac poetry have included Propertius, Jorge Manrique, Jan Kochanowski, Chidiock Tichborne, Edmund Spenser, Ben Jonson, John Milton, Thomas Gray, Charlotte Turner Smith, William Cullen Bryant, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Evgeny Baratynsky, Alfred Tennyson, Walt Whitman, Louis Gallet, Antonio Machado, Juan Ramón Jiménez, William Butler Yeats, Rainer Maria Rilke, and Virginia Woolf.
For a time during the 19th century pantheism was the theological viewpoint of many leading writers and philosophers, attracting figures such as William Wordsworth and Samuel Coleridge in Britain ; Johann Gottlieb Fichte, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling and Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel in Germany ; Walt Whitman, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau in the USA.
By the 19th century the philosophers Schopenhauer and Nietzsche could access the Indian scriptures for discussion of the doctrine of reincarnation, which recommended itself to the American Transcendentalists Henry David Thoreau, Walt Whitman and Ralph Waldo Emerson and was adapted by Francis Bowen into Christian Metempsychosis.
However, through reading authors like Walt Whitman and Jeffries that stressed a worth, importance and enthusiasm for life she held onto hope for a better future.
Ginsberg cites Artaud's " Van Gogh -- The Man Suicided by Society " as a direct influence on " Howl ", along with Apollinaire's " Zone ", García Lorca's " Ode to Walt Whitman ", and Schwitters ' " Priimiititiii ".
** Walt Whitman registers the title Leaves of Grass with the clerk of the United States District Court, Southern District of New Jersey, and receives its copyright.
" The hippies were heirs to a long line of bohemians that includes William Blake, Walt Whitman, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Herman Hesse, Arthur Rimbaud, Oscar Wilde, Aldous Huxley, utopian movements like the Rosicrucians and the Theosophists, and most directly the Beatniks.
The poetry of Walt Whitman also had a profound effect on Holst, as it did with many of his contemporaries, and he set Whitman's words in " Dirge for Two Veterans " and The Mystic Trumpeter ( 1904 ).
Holst also wrote an orchestral Walt Whitman Overture in 1899, which was given a world premiere recording by the Munich Symphony Orchestra, as well as a recording by the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Walt and who
According to one anecdote ( from Al Capp Remembered, 1994 ), Capp and his brother Elliot ducked out of a dull party at Capp's home — leaving Walt Kelly alone to fend for himself entertaining a group of Argentine envoys who didn't speak English.
In a fearless move, Pogo's creator Walt Kelly took on Joseph McCarthy in the 1950s, caricaturing him as a bobcat named Simple J. Malarkey, a megalomaniac who was bent on taking over the characters ' birdwatching club and rooting out all undesirables.
People who work for Disney generally do so in relative anonymity ; the stories only carry Walt Disney's name and ( sometimes ) a short identification number.
Walt Disney, who had previously been in the short cartoon business, stepped into feature films with the first English-speaking animated feature Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs ; released by RKO Pictures in 1937.
Huey, Dewey, and Louie Duck are a trio of fictional, anthropomorphic ducks who appear in animated cartoons and comic books published by the Walt Disney Company.
Among the irregular contributors with just a single Mad byline to their credit are Charles M. Schulz, Chevy Chase, " Weird Al " Yankovic, Andy Griffith, Will Eisner, Kevin Smith, J. Fred Muggs, Boris Vallejo, Sir John Tenniel, Jean Shepherd, Winona Ryder, Jimmy Kimmel, Jason Alexander, Walt Kelly, Rep. Barney Frank, Tom Wolfe, Steve Allen, Jim Lee, Jules Feiffer, Donald Knuth and Richard Nixon, who remains the only President credited with " writing " a Mad article.
Setting aside Peary's claim, the first confirmed surface conquest of the North Pole was that of Ralph Plaisted, Walt Pederson, Gerry Pitzl and Jean Luc Bombardier, who traveled over the ice by snowmobile and arrived on April 19, 1968.
Fullback Walt Garrison, who replaced the injured Hill, provided Thomas with excellent blocking and rushed for 507 yards and 3 touchdowns himself.
Dallas also had an outstanding trio of running backs, Walt Garrison, Duane Thomas, and Calvin Hill, who rushed for a combined total of 1, 690 yards and 14 touchdowns during the season.
There were tensions during shooting between director Michael Bay and the Walt Disney Company executives who were supervising the production.
The success of his short film Stalk of the Celery Monster attracted the attention of Walt Disney Productions ' animation studio, who offered young Burton an animator's apprenticeship at their studio.
At school he met Walter Pfeiffer who came from a family of theatre aficionados, and introduced Walt to the world of vaudeville and motion pictures.
In late 1932, Herbert Kalmus, who had just completed work on the first three-strip technicolor camera, approached Walt and convinced him to reshoot the black and white Flowers and Trees in three-strip Technicolor.
Furthermore, Jack Warner, who had little regard for his company's short film product, reputedly was so ignorant of his animation division that he was mistakenly convinced that the unit produced cartoons of Mickey Mouse, rival company Walt Disney Pictures ' flagship character.
Walt Disney World is in memory of the man who started it all, so people will know his name as long as Walt Disney World is here.
Before the park debuted on October 1, 1982, Walt Disney World Ambassador Genie Field introduced E. Cardon Walker, Disney's chairman and CEO, who dedicated EPCOT Center.
(; born Ubbe Eert Iwerks, March 24, 1901 – July 7, 1971 ) was a two-time Academy Award winning American animator, cartoonist, character designer, inventor, and special effects technician, who co-created Mickey Mouse with Walt Disney.
Because Reymond was not a professional screenwriter, Maurice Rapf, who had been writing live-action features at the time, was asked by the Walt Disney Company to work with Reymond and co writer Callum Webb to turn the treatment into a shootable screenplay.
In the game, Jess Harnell reprises his role from the attraction as Brer Rabbit and also takes on the role of Brer Fox, while Br ' er Bear is now voiced by James Avery, who previously voiced Br ' er Bear and Br ' er Frog in the Walt Disney World version of Splash Mountain.
The Orlando Rays of the Southern League, who had played at Walt Disney World for four years, became the Montgomery Biscuits and effectively drove the Wings out of town.
Unfortunately, an ill timed trade was made during the 1968 season which sent the popular home grown DeBusschere to the New York Knicks for Howard Komives and Walt Bellamy both who were in the later stages of their career.
It had originally been scripted by Walt Disney and drawn by Ub Iwerks who was succeeded by Win Smith.