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REVIEWS JAMES DOUGHERTY. Walt Whitman and the Citizen's Eye. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1993. xxiv, 326 pp. $32.50. James Dougherty's scholarly and well-written book on Whitman's special rendering of the visual and urban experience of the modern, democratic poet gives us some fine new readings of poems and groups of poems -notably "Crossing Brooklyn Ferry" and Drum-Taps-as well as a distinctive view of the stages of Whitman's career keyed to different ways of seeing thedoi:10.13008/2153-3695.1422 fatcat:lcsyyq5jm5abdlikmrbi5gcyfa