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Long I Thought that Knowledge

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In this captivating collection of essays, Walt Whitman delves deep into the nature of knowledge and its impact on humanity. With his signature poetic prose, Whitman challenges readers to explore the depths of their own intellectual curiosity and consider the power of knowledge in shaping our understanding of the world.

Through a series of thought-provoking reflections, Whitman examines the ways in which knowledge can both empower and constrain us, highlighting the importance of critical thinking and continuous learning in our personal and collective growth. He emphasizes the value of seeking knowledge not just for its own sake, but for the transformative effect it can have on our lives and our society.

Whitman's lyrical language and profound insights make this book a truly enriching and enlightening read. Long I Thought that Knowledge is a timeless exploration of the human quest for wisdom, and a reminder of the endless possibilities that await those who are willing to seek out new ideas and perspectives.

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volunteers bring you 15 recordings of Long I Thought that Knowledge by Walt Whitman.
This was the Weekly Poetry project for June 30, 2019.
This poem is taken from Walt Whitman's 'Leaves of Grass"

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