journal entry on any poems of Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, W.E.B. Du Bois, and Huckleberry Finn. Your entries should be one or two well-developed paragraphs (or more, if you have more to say, especially for longer works). I’m not a word-counter, but for those who feel they need more specific guidance, I’ll throw out a ballpark figure of 150-300 words per entry. They should be carefully-written and mechanically clean. You should feel free to quote from the works (or from secondary sources) to make a point. Just make sure that it is clear when you are quoting or paraphrasing someone else. At the 300-level, it is imperative that you understand the importance of citing your sources. While adhering precisely to the proper MLA documentation will be imperative in the formal paper, for your journalists it’s importantly only that you cite any sources you may use. For Walt Whitman the poem that I want is “song of myself” and for Emily Dickinson the poem I want for her is “march madness is divinest sense” and for W.E.B Du Bois the poem I want for him is “the soul of black folk” and the last one is The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. View Less >>
Song of Myself While “Song of Myself” may appear to be an ego centric poetry, however, looking from the point of view of busy lives, where we forget to do something for ourselves, the poem makes sense. It focuses on I, me and myself. The poem starts with, “I celebrate myself, and sing myself: and all through the subsequent sections, the poet Walt Whitman focuses on this aspect. I find it quite fascinating and the poem goes Get solution

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