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David C. Ward

David C. Ward recently retired as Associate Director, History and Scholarship from the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution.

David C. Ward's work featured in PN Review comprises seven reports, six contributions of poetry, 15 articles, and 93 reviews, over a period of 24 years. Also available is one review of David C. Ward's work.
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Further Reading
Subscribers only Article in PN Review 129 (1999) Dam and River: Two Ways to Art in the 1950s
Subscribers only Article in PN Review 139 (2001) Anne Carson: Addressing the Wound
Subscribers only Article in PN Review 161 (2005) Criticism Makes Nothing Happen
Subscribers only Article in PN Review 169 (2006) The Green Man: Walt Whitman and the Civil War
Subscribers only Article in PN Review 176 (2007) 'Pouring for You': Walt Whitman, 'a kosmos'
Subscribers only Article in PN Review 176 (2007) Coda
Subscribers only Article in PN Review 185 (2009) Native to the Grain
Subscribers only Article in PN Review 195 (2010) Moving Targets
Subscribers only Articleed by Jonathan D. Katz in PN Review 204 (2012) A Reply to Gregory Woods
Subscribers only Article in PN Review 208 (2012) Poetic Likeness: Modern American Poets
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