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Leaves of Grass

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishLeaves of GrassˌLeaves of ˈGrass  (1855) a collection of poems by Walt whitman, written in free verse (=poetry without regular patterns), which strongly express his love of nature and his respect for freedom. These poems are considered important because they made free verse more acceptable and greatly influenced later US writers.
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