Song of Myself, Walt Whitman

Song of Myself – Walt Whitman, review

Meaning: The speaker expresses his own, subjective (“I”), opinion on life its begetting, evolution and being with its dynamic principle that he names “urge” while searching his own identity as a human (male, part 5). Concurrently, he applies the same evolution to the world and especially the country he is living in, which could be identified as America, and it's material and moral values.