Oh captain, our captain: Walt Whitman’s influence on Jewish-American poetry


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Dr. Dara Barnat, a poet and culture scholar at Tel Aviv University, talks to host Gilad Halpern about the universal message of the great 19th-century American poet, and how it influenced future generations of Jewish-American poets in their quest to come to terms with their composite identity.

Song: Russo & Weinberg – My Man

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