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Transcript of Carl Sandburg
http://promptpapers.com While traveling all across the country in search of jobs, Sandburg observed and digested the places he had been, as a result America “defines his poetry.” The two major themes of Carl Sandburg’s works are moved by his passion for the average American man and search for the meaning of American history. Carl Sandburg’s poems are typically recognized by his humanism, but also his imagery Chicago "Come and show me another city with lifted head singing so proud to be alive and coarse and strong and cunning." Who am I? "My name is Truth and I am the most elusive captive in the universe." Government Everywhere I saw that Government is a thing made of men, that Government has blood and bones, it is many mouths whispering into many ears, sending telegrams, aiming rifles, writing orders, saying "yes" and "no."