In conjunction with his animation-art exhibit at Portland's new Q Center, Mitchell Santine Gould, curator of LeavesofGrass.Org, will deliver a historical lecture on the relevance of the Quaker theology in "Leaves of Grass" to the modern movement for marriage equality. He will focus on a neglected 1842 essay entitled "Life and Love," which he identifies as the "single-cell embryo which grew in time to the fullness of Leaves of Grass."
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