Leaves of Grass

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Author: Walt Whitman

What Place Is Besieged?

What place is besieged, and vainly tries to raise the siege?
Lo, I send to that place a commander, swift, brave, immortal,
And with him horse and foot, and parks of artillery,
And artillery-men, the deadliest that ever fired gun.

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Chicago: Walt Whitman, "What Place Is Besieged?," Leaves of Grass, ed. Keil, Heinrich, 1822-1894 and trans. Seaton, R. C. in Leaves of Grass (New York: George E. Wood, ""Death-bed"" edition, 1892), Original Sources, accessed September 23, 2018, http://www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=DL6E933XPAZRPAU.

MLA: Whitman, Walt. "What Place Is Besieged?." Leaves of Grass, edited by Keil, Heinrich, 1822-1894, and translated by Seaton, R. C., in Leaves of Grass, New York, George E. Wood, ""Death-bed"" edition, 1892, Original Sources. 23 Sep. 2018. www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=DL6E933XPAZRPAU.

Harvard: Whitman, W, 'What Place Is Besieged?' in Leaves of Grass, ed. and trans. . cited in ""Death-bed"" edition, 1892, Leaves of Grass, George E. Wood, New York. Original Sources, retrieved 23 September 2018, from http://www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=DL6E933XPAZRPAU.