posted by Noah on .
I posted this question twice by mistake and the response was the same. It said there is a response and to check the other post. I did and it had the same answer, telling me to check the other post. This would keep someone busy for hours checking each post back and forth for no answer. Could someone please help me answer this question?
How does Walt Whitman's atitude change toward death during his poem "When Lilacs Last In The Dooryard Bloom'D" What does he learn?
I know that through the poem he speaks of the death, but I don't know how his atitude changed. I think he learns the truths of life and death, but I'm not sure how his atitude changed. I'm having a hard time understanding this. Any help would be appreciated.