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A companion to Herman Melville / edited by Wyn Kelley.

Contributor(s): Kelley, Wyn [edt] | Robertson-Lorant, Laurie [aut] | Lee, A. Robert [aut] | Gibian, Peter [aut] | Harvey, Bruce A [aut] | Edwards, Mary K. Bercaw [aut] | Calder, Alex [aut] | Blum, Hester [aut] | Ra'ad, Basem L [aut] | Berthold, Dennis [aut] | Colatrella, Carol [aut] | Obenzinger, Hilton [aut] | Castiglia, Christopher [aut] | Stauffer, John [aut] | Person, Leland S [aut] | Grey, Robin [aut] | Permenter, Rachela [aut] | Madison, R. D [aut] | Dryden, A [aut] | Avallone, Charlene [aut] | Weinauer, Ellen [aut] | Wallace, Robert K [aut] | Sanborn, Geoffrey [aut] | Weinstein, Cindy [aut] | Lee, Maurice S [aut] | Sten, Christopher [aut] | Levander, Caroline [aut] | Fisher, Marvin [aut] | Temple, Gale [aut] | Otter, Samuel [aut] | Renker, Elizabeth [aut] | Wenke, John [aut] | Marovitz, Sanford E [aut] | Schultz, Elizabeth [aut] | Bryant, John [aut].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Blackwell companions to literature and culture ; 41. Publisher: Malden, MA ; Oxford : Blackwell Pub., 2015Description: xxvii, 582 str. : ilustr. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781119045274.Subject(s): Melville, HermanOnline resources: Table of contents only | Contributor biographical information | Publisher description | Inhaltsverzeichnis
Contents:
A Traveling Life ( Pages: 3-18) / Laurie Robertson‐Lorant
Cosmopolitanism and Traveling Culture ( Pages: 19-34) / Peter Gibian
Melville's World Readers ( Pages: 35-51) / A. Robert Lee
Global Melville ( Pages: 52-68) / Paul Lyons
Science and the Earth ( Pages: 71-82) / Bruce A. Harvey
Ships, Whaling, and the Sea ( Pages: 83-97) / Mary K. Bercaw Edwards
Pacific Paradises ( Pages: 98-112) / Alex Calder
Atlantic Trade ( Pages: 113-128) / Hester Blum
Ancient Lands ( Pages: 129-146) / Basem L. Ra'ad
Democracy and its Discontents ( Pages: 149-164) / Dennis Berthold
Urbanization, Class Struggle, and Reform ( Pages: 165-180) / Carol Colatrella
Wicked Books: Melville and Religion ( Pages: 181-196) / Hilton Obenzinger
Pierre's Bad Associations: Public Life in the Institutional Nation ( Pages: 197-213) / Christopher Castiglia
Melville, Slavery, and the American Dilemma ( Pages: 214-230) / John Stauffer
Gender and Sexuality ( Pages: 231-246) / Leland S. Person
The Legacy of Britain ( Pages: 249-265) / Robin Grey
Romantic Philosophy, Transcendentalism, and Nature ( Pages: 266-281) / Rachela Permenter
Literature of Exploration and the Sea ( Pages: 282-298) / R. D. Madison
Death and Literature: Melville and the Epitaph ( Pages: 299-312) / Edgar A. Dryden
The Company of Women Authors ( Pages: 313-326) / Charlene Avallone
Hawthorne and Race ( Pages: 327-341) / Ellen Weinauer
“Unlike Things Must Meet and Mate”: Melville and the Visual Arts ( Pages: 342-362) / Robert K. Wallace
The Motive for Metaphor: Typee, Omoo, and Mardi ( Pages: 365-377) / Geoffrey Sanborn
Artist at Work: Redburn, White‐Jacket, Moby‐Dick, and Pierre ( Pages: 378-392) / Cindy Weinstein
The Language of Moby‐Dick: “Read It If You Can” ( Pages: 393-407) / Maurice S. Lee
Threading the Labyrinth: Moby‐Dick as Hybrid Epic ( Pages: 408-422) / Christopher Sten
The Female Subject in Pierre and The Piazza Tales ( Pages: 423-434) / Caroline Levander
Narrative Shock in “Bartleby, the Scrivener,” “The Paradise of Bachelors and the Tartarus of Maids,” and “Benito Cereno” ( Pages: 435-450) / Marvin Fisher
Fluid Identity in Israel Potter and The Confidence‐Man ( Pages: 451-466) / Gale Temple
How Clarel Works ( Pages: 467-481) / Samuel Otter
Melville the Realist Poet ( Pages: 482-496) / Elizabeth Renker
Melville's Transhistorical Voice: Billy Budd, Sailor and the Fragmentation of Forms ( Pages: 497-512) / John Wenke
The Melville Revival ( Pages: 515-531) / Sanford E. Marovitz
Creating Icons: Melville in Visual Media and Popular Culture ( Pages: 532-552) / Elizabeth Schultz
The Melville Text ( Pages: 553-566) / John Bryant
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A Traveling Life ( Pages: 3-18) / Laurie Robertson‐Lorant

Cosmopolitanism and Traveling Culture ( Pages: 19-34) / Peter Gibian

Melville's World Readers ( Pages: 35-51) / A. Robert Lee

Global Melville ( Pages: 52-68) / Paul Lyons

Science and the Earth ( Pages: 71-82) / Bruce A. Harvey

Ships, Whaling, and the Sea ( Pages: 83-97) / Mary K. Bercaw Edwards

Pacific Paradises ( Pages: 98-112) / Alex Calder

Atlantic Trade ( Pages: 113-128) / Hester Blum

Ancient Lands ( Pages: 129-146) / Basem L. Ra'ad

Democracy and its Discontents ( Pages: 149-164) / Dennis Berthold

Urbanization, Class Struggle, and Reform ( Pages: 165-180) / Carol Colatrella

Wicked Books: Melville and Religion ( Pages: 181-196) / Hilton Obenzinger

Pierre's Bad Associations: Public Life in the Institutional Nation ( Pages: 197-213) / Christopher Castiglia

Melville, Slavery, and the American Dilemma ( Pages: 214-230) / John Stauffer

Gender and Sexuality ( Pages: 231-246) / Leland S. Person

The Legacy of Britain ( Pages: 249-265) / Robin Grey

Romantic Philosophy, Transcendentalism, and Nature ( Pages: 266-281) / Rachela Permenter

Literature of Exploration and the Sea ( Pages: 282-298) / R. D. Madison

Death and Literature: Melville and the Epitaph ( Pages: 299-312) / Edgar A. Dryden

The Company of Women Authors ( Pages: 313-326) / Charlene Avallone

Hawthorne and Race ( Pages: 327-341) / Ellen Weinauer

“Unlike Things Must Meet and Mate”: Melville and the Visual Arts ( Pages: 342-362) / Robert K. Wallace

The Motive for Metaphor: Typee, Omoo, and Mardi ( Pages: 365-377) / Geoffrey Sanborn

Artist at Work: Redburn, White‐Jacket, Moby‐Dick, and Pierre ( Pages: 378-392) / Cindy Weinstein

The Language of Moby‐Dick: “Read It If You Can” ( Pages: 393-407) / Maurice S. Lee

Threading the Labyrinth: Moby‐Dick as Hybrid Epic ( Pages: 408-422) / Christopher Sten

The Female Subject in Pierre and The Piazza Tales ( Pages: 423-434) / Caroline Levander

Narrative Shock in “Bartleby, the Scrivener,” “The Paradise of Bachelors and the Tartarus of Maids,” and “Benito Cereno” ( Pages: 435-450) / Marvin Fisher

Fluid Identity in Israel Potter and The Confidence‐Man ( Pages: 451-466) / Gale Temple

How Clarel Works ( Pages: 467-481) / Samuel Otter

Melville the Realist Poet ( Pages: 482-496) / Elizabeth Renker

Melville's Transhistorical Voice: Billy Budd, Sailor and the Fragmentation of Forms ( Pages: 497-512) / John Wenke

The Melville Revival ( Pages: 515-531) / Sanford E. Marovitz

Creating Icons: Melville in Visual Media and Popular Culture ( Pages: 532-552) / Elizabeth Schultz

The Melville Text ( Pages: 553-566) / John Bryant

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