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Whitman's closing lines about being under our "boot soles" has often been thought to suggest some kind of belief in reincarnation

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Whitman's closing lines about being under our "boot soles" has often been thought to suggest some kind of belief in reincarnation. But whether you believe in that or not, is there not some truth to the notion that the artist/poet continues to live in our world long after they are dead by means of their words? Do you think that is what Whitman means, or does his transcendentalism suggest something more like progressive stages of reincarnation?

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