The Wound Dresser

Walt WHITMAN (1819 - 1892)

The Wound Dresser is a series of letters written from the hospitals in Washington by Walt Whitman during the War of the Rebellion to The New York Times, the Brooklyn Eagle and his mother, edited by Richard Maurice Burke, M.D., one of Whitman's literary executors. (Summary by R. S. Steinberg)

Genre(s): War & Military, Memoirs, Letters

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 01 - Preface R. S. Steinberg
00:05:15
Play 02 02 - The Great Army of the Wounded R. S. Steinberg
00:15:51
Play 03 03 - Life Among Fifty Thousand Soldiers R. S. Steinberg
00:15:04
Play 04 04 - Hospital Visits - 1 R. S. Steinberg
00:21:46
Play 05 05 - Hospital Visits - 2 R. S. Steinberg
00:21:52
Play 06 06 - Letters of 1862-3 I-V R. S. Steinberg
00:22:38
Play 07 07 - Letters of 1862-3 VI-X R. S. Steinberg
00:24:09
Play 08 08 - Letters of 1862-3 XI-XV R. S. Steinberg
00:29:40
Play 09 09 - Letters of 1862-3 XVI-XX R. S. Steinberg
00:22:25
Play 10 10 - Letters of 1862-3 XXI-XXV R. S. Steinberg
00:31:15
Play 11 11 - Letters of 1862-3 XXVI-XXX R. S. Steinberg
00:27:31
Play 12 12 - Letters of 1864 I-V R. S. Steinberg
00:17:22
Play 13 13 - Letters of 1864 VI-X R. S. Steinberg
00:14:45
Play 14 14 - Letters of 1864 XI-XV R. S. Steinberg
00:19:36
Play 15 15 - Letters of 1864 XVI-XX R. S. Steinberg
00:10:57
Play 16 16 - Letters of 1864 XXI-XXV R. S. Steinberg
00:16:35
Play 17 17 - Letters of 1864 XXVI-XXIX and Afterword R. S. Steinberg
00:14:12