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The Madness of Ahab
Guilt and Innocence
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Adventures of Huckleberry Ahab Ahab's madness analysis anonymous reviewer artist Atherton attitudes audience Bartley's Beecher Blithedale Romance called Chapter characters Civil conventional critics decades declared depiction developed Dimmesdale Dimmesdale's doctrine dominant Emerson emotion Essays example fact fiction fictive world Genteel Tradition George Santayana guilt Halleck Harper's Harper's Monthly Hawthorne Hawthorne's heart Henry James Henry Ward Henry Ward Beecher Howells's Huck Huck's Huckleberry Finn human ideal imagination implied insanity intellectual Ishmael James's later Limbert literary literature magazines Marcia Mark Twain means Melville Melville's middlebrow mind Moby-Dick Modern Instance monomania Monthly moral narrative voice narrator Nathaniel Hawthorne Nation nature nineteenth century North American Review Norwood novel novelist observed passage plot popular culture Princess Casamassima psychological published Pyncheon question quoted reader reading realism reality religious represented revealed Romance Santayana says Scarlet Letter seems sense social society story things thought tion truth universe White Whale William Dean Howells writer Yankee York