Herman Melville: 1819-1851

Voorkant
JHU Press, 1996 - 941 pagina's
Traces Melville's life from his childhood in New York, through his adventures abroad as a sailor, to his creation of "Moby-Dick," and forty years later, to his death, in obscurity.
 

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HERMAN MELVILLE: A Biography, Vol. I, 1819-1851

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This leviathan of a biography—the first half of a two-volume set—meticulously charts the early life and career of an erratic literary genius. Melville was born in 1819, a scion of new American ... Volledige review lezen

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Hershel Parker's credentials as a Melville scholar are unimpeachable--he's co-edited the authoritative Northwestern-Newberry edition of the complete works and seems to have eaten, slept, and breathed ... Volledige review lezen

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Albany 18311832
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18321833
66
Fullgrown and
125
18391840
143
1840
166
1841
180
1842
204
18421843
219
1847
476
1847
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1847
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1847
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The Red Year
587
1849
612
Summer 1849
636
January 1850
688

1843
236
October 1844
291
16 The Sailor the Orator and the Grand
316
1844
339
18441845
354
1845 3 73
373
1846
392
21 International Author and the Man of the
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1846 43 1
431
Winning Elizabeth Shaw and Winning the
449
February
702
June 1850
729
8 August
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October 1850
782
MidJanuary1 May 1851
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May
839
September 1851
865
DOCUMENTATION 8
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