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Newark Star-LedgerRobertson brings [Whitman's] devotees to life without the scorn that earlier critics placed on them, and the effect is like seeing a negative image of Whitman. Their lives take shape around his. Whitman's poetry shines brighter as a result. By studying these 'hot little prophets,' Robertson indirectly puts Leaves back into this original context, and by doing so he makes the poet easier to grasp.
— Tom DePoto