By Salomon Reinach, Florence Simmonds
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At one swoop we may do what has not been done before—we may date about fifty-five specific new poems of the i860 edition as composed and copied in their preserved manuscript form in late 1856 and the first half of 1857. Can we do better? It is speculation, but // the poem I mentioned which might have been written on Whitman's birthday on 31 May, but is surely to be dated in 1857, if this poem appears in its chronological order, the fact that it is numbered 101 with a question mark might even indicate that the one hundred poems for the proposed edition were written before the end of May.
By bad luck a printer's common transpositional error in the third edition exchanged the terminal punctuation of lines 10 and n , making the end of the sentence come at line 10 instead of line n , and wrongly beginning a new sentence with the final infinitive phrase of the correct old sentence; and the mistake was not caught up until the sixth edition. On the evidence of the periodical text of the poem, followed by its first two book editions, and the correction of the sixth edition, it was the faulty printer— and not the poet—who introduced the syntactical ambiguity that Empson so greatly admired and felt was the point of the whole poem.
This is not to say, however, that once Whitman decided on these clusters he merely inserted poems in just the form in which they had been written. One of the more fruitful sources of literary study in these manuscripts is to trace the changes made in proof, from the final manuscript version, in the interests of welding various independent poems into their assigned clusters. As one small illustration, we may take a few instances from Chants Democratic, no. 4, the poem called 'Feuillage', in manuscript, a long patriotic poem about 52 Manuscripts for ' Leaves o/Grass\ i860 American life and different American scenes.
Apollo, an illustrated manual of the history of art throughout the ages by Salomon Reinach, Florence Simmonds