Leaves of Grass was included in a photo-article on The Huffington Post, titled “Terrible Reviews of Great Authors” posted on December 4, 2012.
Writing for The Criterion, in 1855, Rufus Wilmot Griswold writes of the newly published Leaves of Grass: “… it is impossible to imagine how any man’s fancy could have conceived such a mass of stupid filth, unless he were possessed of the soul of a sentimental donkey that had died of disappointed love.”
Below is a screenshot of the post on Leaves of Grass. (Click to enlarge).
I suspect this article at some point will no longer be available, but for now, here’s the link.