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Moby-Dick as Doubloon : Essays and Extracts, 1851-1970, Edited by Hershel Parker [and] Harrison Hayford

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Moby-Dick as Doubloon : Essays and Extracts, 1851-1970
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Moby-Dick as Doubloon
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Essays and Extracts, 1851-1970
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Edited by Hershel Parker [and] Harrison Hayford
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  • Sea stories, American
  • Whaling in literature
  • Whales in literature
  • Melville, Herman
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Moby-Dick as Doubloon : Essays and Extracts, 1851-1970, Edited by Hershel Parker [and] Harrison Hayford
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Reviews of The Whale and Moby-Dick, 1851-1852 -- London Morning Herald (October 20, 1851) -- London Morning Advertiser (October 24, 1851) -- London Athenaeum (October 25, 1851) -- London John Bull (October 25, 1851) -- London Spectator (October 25, 1851) -- London Household Narrative of Current Events (September 28-October 28, 1851) -- London Atlas (November 1, 1851) -- Illustrated London News (November 1, 1851) -- London Atlas (November 8, 1851) -- London Britannia (November 8, 1851) -- London Examiner (November 8, 1851) -- London Leader (November 8, 1851) -- Albany, New York, Evening Journal (November 12, 1851) -- Boston Daily Evening Transcript (November 12, 1851) -- Albany, New York, Argus (November 14, 1851) -- London Morning Post (November 14, 1851) -- London Morning Post Advertisement (November 14, 1851) -- Morning Courier and New-York Enquirer (November 14, 1851) -- Boston Daily Evening Traveller (November 15, 1851) -- Hartford, Connecticut, Daily Courant (November 15, 1851) -- New Haven, Connecticut, Daily Register (November 15, 1851) -- New York Literary World (November 15, 1851) -- New York Atlas (November 16, 1851) -- New Haven, Connecticut, Daily Palladium (November 17, 1851) -- New York Morning Express (November 17, 1851) -- Springfield, Massachusetts, Republican (November 17, 1851) -- New Bedford Daily Mercury (November 18, 1851) -- Boston Daily Bee (November 19, 1851) -- Utica, New York, Daily Gazette (November 19, 1851) -- Worcester, Massachusetts, Palladium (November 19, 1851) -- Boston Daily Atlas (November 20, 1851) -- Boston Post (November 20, 1851) -- New Bedford Daily Mercury (November 20, 1851) -- New York Christian Intelligencer (November 20, 1851) -- New York Evangelist (November 20, 1851) -- New York Observer (November 20, 1851) -- New Haven Journal and Courier (November 22, 1851) -- New York Albion (November 22, 1851) -- New York Daily Tribune (November 22, 1851) -- New York Literary World (November 22, 1851) -- Philadelphia American Saturday Courier (November 22, 1851) -- New York Commercial Advertiser (November 28, 1851) -- London Weekly News and Chronicle (November 29, 1851) -- New York Evening Post (November 29, 1851) -- New York Home Journal for the Cultivation of the Memorable, the Progressive, and the Beautiful (November 29, 1851) -- New York Eclectic Magazine (December, 1851) -- New York Harper's New Monthly Magazine (December, 1851) -- New York North American Miscellany (December, 1851) -- New York International Magazine of Literature, Art, and Science (December 1, 1851) -- Newark, New Jersey, Daily Advertiser (December 5, 1851) -- London Literary Gazette and Journal of Science and Art (December 6, 1851) -- New York Spirit of the Times (December 6, 1851) -- New Bedford Daily Evening Standard (December 11, 1851) -- Boston Christian Freeman and Family Visiter (December 12, 1851) -- Washington National Intelligencer (December 16, 1851) -- London Morning Chronicle (December 20, 1851) -- London New Quarterly Review (First Quarter, 1852) -- Charleston, South Carolina, Southern Quarterly Review (January, 1852) -- London Bentley's Miscellany (January, 1852) -- New York Harper's New Monthly Magazine (January, 1852) -- New York Hunt's Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review (January, 1852) -- New York Knickerbocker Magazine (January, 1852) -- New York Methodist Quarterly Review (January, 1852) -- New York United States Magazine and Democratic Review (January, 1852) -- Philadelphia Peterson's Magazine (January, 1852) -- To-day: A Boston Literary Journal (January 10, 1852) -- Dublin University Magazine (February, 1852) -- New Orleans De Bow's Southern and Western Review (February, 1852) -- Philadelphia Godey's Magazine and Lady's Book (February, 1852) -- Philadelphia Graham's Magazine (February, 1852) -- New York Harper's New Monthly Magazine (April, 1852) ----
  • Burial, Disinterment, and Revival, 1853-1925 -- La Chasse a la Baleine (1853) / E.-D. Forgues -- [Interregnum of Nonsense] (1853) / Fitz-James O'Brien -- [Maniacal Style and Furibund Story] (1853) / ["Sir Nathaniel"] -- [The Wilderness of Melville's Stories] (1855?) / Anonymous -- [Metaphysical Energy vs. Physical Sublime[ (1855) / Evert A. and George L. Duyckinck -- [Undeniable Merits and Inconceivable Extravagancies] (1856) / Anonymous --[Who Is This Madman?] (1857) / Anonymous -- [Nature vs. Obstinate Cultivation] (1857) / Fitz-James O'Brien -- [The Rare Fault of Redundant Power] (1863) / Henry T. Tuckerman -- [Natural History Flawed by Metaphysics] (1870) / John H. Dillingham -- [Melville: The Poet of the Deep] (1884) / W. Clark Russell -- [The Classic Story of Whaling Adventure] (1888) / Anonymous -- Man-Books (1888) / Julian Hawthorne -- [Brisk and Stirring Tales] (1889) / Charles F. Richardson -- [Harmonious Blending of Fact and Metaphysics] (1889) / Henry S. Salt -- [A Queer Yarn] (1891) / Anonymous -- [A Wealth of Untrained Imagination] (1891) / Richard Henry Stoddard -- [The Crown and Glory of the Later Phase] (1892) / Henry S. Salt.-- [The Highest Domain of Romance] (1892) / Arthur Stedman -- [The Metaphysics Subtleties of Moby Dick] (1899) / Donald G. Mitchell -- [Unrivalled Tale of the Demon White Cachalot] (1899) / Anonymous -- "The Best Sea Story Ever Written" (1899) / Archibald MacMechan -- [The Dramatic Force of Melville] (1899) / Anonymous -- [The Series of Partly Fanciful Tales] (1901) / Alphonso G. Newcomer -- [An Informative Whaling Romance] (1902) / Anonymous -- [Stirring Records of Adventure] (1902) / [Charles F. Richardson] -- [The "Masterpiece of his Later Period"] (1904) / Marie Clothilde Balfour -- [Melville's Finest Performance] (1904) / W. Clark Russell -- [A Rather Strained Rhapsody] (1907) / Joseph Conrad -- [A Transcendentalist in Oilskin] (1907) / [Ernest Rhys] -- [Melville's Uneven Masterpiece] (1909) / C. S. Northrup -- [A Noble and Beautiful Book] (1912) / John Masefield -- [A Madly Eloquent Romance of the Sea] (1913) / John Macy -- [Full of Excitement, Wholesome, Well Told] (1914) / William B. Cairns -- [A Very Odd, Interesting Book] (1916) / D. H. Lawrence -- [The Oldness of Classic American Literature] (1916) / D. H. Lawrence -- [The Finest Sea Book ever Written in English] (1919) / F. C. Owlett -- [An Amazing Masterpiece] (1919) / Raymond Weaver -- [Melville's Masterpiece] (1919) / Frank Jewett Mather, Jr. -- [The Rarest Quality of Imagination] (1920) / Viola Meynell -- [The Final Hunting of Sexual Consciousness] (1920) / D. H. Lawrence -- [The Highest Plane of Spiritual Daring] (1920) / E. L. Grant Watson -- The Great White Whale: A Rhapsody (1921) / Augustine Birrell -- [It is Not Everybody's Book] (1921) / Frank Swinnerton -- [It Seemed to Me a Great Book] (1921) / Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. -- [The Odd Priorities of American Professors: Time for Wordsworth but not Melville] (1921) / H. M. Tomlinson -- [The Melville Boom: Only a Question of Time] (1921) / Van Wyck Brooks -- [A Supreme Test of a Reader] (1921) / H. M. Tomlinson -- [The Greatest American Book] (1922) / Carl Van Vechten -- [A Shelf of "Titanic" Books] (1922) / T. E. Lawrence -- The Vogue of Herman Melville (1922) / Anonymous -- [Melville's Besetting Weaknesses] (1922) / Arthur Hobson Quinn -- [Melville's Emergence from Limbo] (1923) / H. M. Tomlinson -- [A Third Look at Moby-Dick] (1923) / Van Wyck Brooks -- [Melville's Lonely Journey] (1923) / J. W. N. Sullivan -- [Melville's Magnificent Achievement] (1924) / Morley Roberts --
  • Modern Criticism: The Quest for Veritable Gospel Cetology, 1926-1970 -- [The Fable and the Myth of the White Whale] (1926) / Lewis Mumford -- [The Great War and Moby Dick] (1926) / H. M. Tomlinson -- [The Allegory of Moby Dick] (1927) / Percy H. Boynton -- [Melville: The Most Terrible Ranter?] (1927) / George Santayana -- ["I Wish I had Written That"] (1927) / William Faulkner -- [The World's Big Books] (1927) / T. E. Lawrence -- [I Have Got Stuck in the Middle] (1927) / George Santayana -- [Rereading Moby Dick] (1928) / Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. -- [A Treasury of Hidden Meanings] (1929) / William S. Gleim -- [Melville's Exploration of the Unconscious] (1929) / Henry A. Murray -- [That Magnificent Work] (1930) / Thomas Wolfe -- [The Value of the Details and Digressions] (1932) / Hart Crane -- [Knowledge Wrapped in Rhetoric] (1935) / Ernest Hemingway -- [Melville's Besetting Weaknesses] (1936) / Arthur Hobson Quinn -- [Melville's Mythic Power] (1936) / Walter Fuller Taylor -- [The Classification of Moby-Dick] (1938) / Yvor Winters -- [The Real Center of Interest] (1938) / R. P. Blackmur -- Reminiscences of a Melvillian (1938) / Frank Jewett Mather, Jr. -- Melville's Metaphysics of Evil (1940) / R. E. Watters -- [An "Efficient" Passage in Moby Dick] (1941) / Kenneth Burke -- [Ahab's Tragic Discovery] (1942) / Henry Alonzo Myers -- [How Moby-Dick is a "Wicked Book"] (1943) / William Braswell -- [Melville's Humorless Pessimism] (1943) / Clifton Fadiman -- [A Minority Report] (1944) / Howard Mumford Jones -- [Fate and Free Will] (1946) / Carvel Collins -- [The Main Theme of Moby Dick] (1946) / Sophie Hollis -- [The Fundamental Realism of Moby Dick] (1946) / Joseph Jones -- [The Nine Chance Meetings] (1947) / Willard Thorp -- [The "Two Moby-Dicks" Hypothesis] (1948) / Willard Thorp -- [Three Styles in Moby-Dick] (1949) / Richard Chase -- [The Blasphemy in Moby-Dick] (1949) / Geoffrey Stone -- The Whale (1950) / Newton Arvin -- [White Whale as "Expanding Symbol"] (1950) / E. K. Brown -- [Fate in Moby-Dick] (1950) / Gordon H. Mills -- [Moby Dick and Under the Volcano] (1950) / Malcolm Lowry -- Melville and His Critics (1950) / Philip Rahv -- Freudian Motifs in Moby-Dick (1950) / Harry Slochower -- [Moby Dick: A Romance-Anatomy] (1950) / Northrop Frye -- [Melville's Besetting Weaknesses] (1951) / Arthur Hobson Quinn -- Symbolism in Moby-Dick (1951) / Elmer E. Stoll -- [An Exegesis of Chapter 102] (1951) / Henry Nash Smith -- [The Underlying Theme in Moby-Dick] (1952) / Lawrance Thompson -- [The Lesson of Moby-Dick] (1952) / Father Francis X. Canfield -- [Does Wisdom Matter?] (1952) / Robert Frost -- [The Most Prevalent Error of Melville Criticism] (1952) / Charles Olson -- [Melville: Un Createur de Mythes] (1953) / Albert Camus -- [The Scholarly Junkyard of Moby-Dick Criticism] (1954) / James D. Koerner -- The Two Moby-Dicks (1954) / George R. Stewart -- [Moby Dick as Cruel Pre-Oedipal Mother] (1954) / Edmund Bergler -- [A Fourfold Scheme of Interpretation] (1956) / Harry Levin -- [Melville's Use of Literary Bitumen] (1958) / Van Wyck Brooks -- [The Meaning of Ishmael's Survival] (1958) / Granville Hicks -- [The Moby-Dick Industry] (1958) / Harry Levin -- [The Significance of Bulkington] (1958) / Robert L. Peters -- [The Major Weaknesses of Moby-Dick] (1958) / C. Hugh Holman -- [Moby Dick as a Love Story] (1960) / Leslie A. Fiedler -- [The Meaning of Ishmael's Survival] (1960) / Murray Krieger -- [Moby Dick: Not Allegorical but Symbolical] (1960) / J. B. Priestley -- Moby-Dick and the Nineteenth-Century Scene (1960) / Willie T. Weathers -- [Moby-Dick as Antislavery Allegory] (1961) / Charles H. Foster -- [The Whale's Deliberate Malice] (1961) / Robert Shulman -- Ishmael and the Problem of Formal Discontinuities in Moby Dick (1961) / Glauco Cambon -- [The Four "Worlds" of Moby-Dick] (1962) / Warner Berthoff -- [McMurphy Prepares for Bed] (1962) / Ken Kesey -- [Ahab as Gothic Hero] (1962) / Lowry Nelson, Jr. -- [An Example of an Equivocal Death] (1963) / Edwin S. Shneidman -- Moby-Dick and American Political Symbolism (1963) / Alan Heimert -- Others: The Basic Relation (1965) / Paul Brodtkorb, Jr. -- [The Insignificance of Ishmael] (1965) / Martin Green -- [Dahlberg and Melville] (1966) / Walter E. Bezanson -- Ahab's Greatness: Prometheus as Narcissus (1966) / Thomas Woodson -- [The Great White Elephant] (1967) / Brigid Brophy, Michael Levey, and Charles Osborne -- Ishmael's Audience in "The Town-Ho's Story" (1967) / Heinz Kosok -- The Mobled Dick (1970) / Bernard Mosher and Douglass Wigmore
Control code
ocm00111531
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xxi, 388 p.
Isbn
9780393098839
Lccn
77095518
Label
Moby-Dick as Doubloon : Essays and Extracts, 1851-1970, Edited by Hershel Parker [and] Harrison Hayford
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Reviews of The Whale and Moby-Dick, 1851-1852 -- London Morning Herald (October 20, 1851) -- London Morning Advertiser (October 24, 1851) -- London Athenaeum (October 25, 1851) -- London John Bull (October 25, 1851) -- London Spectator (October 25, 1851) -- London Household Narrative of Current Events (September 28-October 28, 1851) -- London Atlas (November 1, 1851) -- Illustrated London News (November 1, 1851) -- London Atlas (November 8, 1851) -- London Britannia (November 8, 1851) -- London Examiner (November 8, 1851) -- London Leader (November 8, 1851) -- Albany, New York, Evening Journal (November 12, 1851) -- Boston Daily Evening Transcript (November 12, 1851) -- Albany, New York, Argus (November 14, 1851) -- London Morning Post (November 14, 1851) -- London Morning Post Advertisement (November 14, 1851) -- Morning Courier and New-York Enquirer (November 14, 1851) -- Boston Daily Evening Traveller (November 15, 1851) -- Hartford, Connecticut, Daily Courant (November 15, 1851) -- New Haven, Connecticut, Daily Register (November 15, 1851) -- New York Literary World (November 15, 1851) -- New York Atlas (November 16, 1851) -- New Haven, Connecticut, Daily Palladium (November 17, 1851) -- New York Morning Express (November 17, 1851) -- Springfield, Massachusetts, Republican (November 17, 1851) -- New Bedford Daily Mercury (November 18, 1851) -- Boston Daily Bee (November 19, 1851) -- Utica, New York, Daily Gazette (November 19, 1851) -- Worcester, Massachusetts, Palladium (November 19, 1851) -- Boston Daily Atlas (November 20, 1851) -- Boston Post (November 20, 1851) -- New Bedford Daily Mercury (November 20, 1851) -- New York Christian Intelligencer (November 20, 1851) -- New York Evangelist (November 20, 1851) -- New York Observer (November 20, 1851) -- New Haven Journal and Courier (November 22, 1851) -- New York Albion (November 22, 1851) -- New York Daily Tribune (November 22, 1851) -- New York Literary World (November 22, 1851) -- Philadelphia American Saturday Courier (November 22, 1851) -- New York Commercial Advertiser (November 28, 1851) -- London Weekly News and Chronicle (November 29, 1851) -- New York Evening Post (November 29, 1851) -- New York Home Journal for the Cultivation of the Memorable, the Progressive, and the Beautiful (November 29, 1851) -- New York Eclectic Magazine (December, 1851) -- New York Harper's New Monthly Magazine (December, 1851) -- New York North American Miscellany (December, 1851) -- New York International Magazine of Literature, Art, and Science (December 1, 1851) -- Newark, New Jersey, Daily Advertiser (December 5, 1851) -- London Literary Gazette and Journal of Science and Art (December 6, 1851) -- New York Spirit of the Times (December 6, 1851) -- New Bedford Daily Evening Standard (December 11, 1851) -- Boston Christian Freeman and Family Visiter (December 12, 1851) -- Washington National Intelligencer (December 16, 1851) -- London Morning Chronicle (December 20, 1851) -- London New Quarterly Review (First Quarter, 1852) -- Charleston, South Carolina, Southern Quarterly Review (January, 1852) -- London Bentley's Miscellany (January, 1852) -- New York Harper's New Monthly Magazine (January, 1852) -- New York Hunt's Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review (January, 1852) -- New York Knickerbocker Magazine (January, 1852) -- New York Methodist Quarterly Review (January, 1852) -- New York United States Magazine and Democratic Review (January, 1852) -- Philadelphia Peterson's Magazine (January, 1852) -- To-day: A Boston Literary Journal (January 10, 1852) -- Dublin University Magazine (February, 1852) -- New Orleans De Bow's Southern and Western Review (February, 1852) -- Philadelphia Godey's Magazine and Lady's Book (February, 1852) -- Philadelphia Graham's Magazine (February, 1852) -- New York Harper's New Monthly Magazine (April, 1852) ----
  • Burial, Disinterment, and Revival, 1853-1925 -- La Chasse a la Baleine (1853) / E.-D. Forgues -- [Interregnum of Nonsense] (1853) / Fitz-James O'Brien -- [Maniacal Style and Furibund Story] (1853) / ["Sir Nathaniel"] -- [The Wilderness of Melville's Stories] (1855?) / Anonymous -- [Metaphysical Energy vs. Physical Sublime[ (1855) / Evert A. and George L. Duyckinck -- [Undeniable Merits and Inconceivable Extravagancies] (1856) / Anonymous --[Who Is This Madman?] (1857) / Anonymous -- [Nature vs. Obstinate Cultivation] (1857) / Fitz-James O'Brien -- [The Rare Fault of Redundant Power] (1863) / Henry T. Tuckerman -- [Natural History Flawed by Metaphysics] (1870) / John H. Dillingham -- [Melville: The Poet of the Deep] (1884) / W. Clark Russell -- [The Classic Story of Whaling Adventure] (1888) / Anonymous -- Man-Books (1888) / Julian Hawthorne -- [Brisk and Stirring Tales] (1889) / Charles F. Richardson -- [Harmonious Blending of Fact and Metaphysics] (1889) / Henry S. Salt -- [A Queer Yarn] (1891) / Anonymous -- [A Wealth of Untrained Imagination] (1891) / Richard Henry Stoddard -- [The Crown and Glory of the Later Phase] (1892) / Henry S. Salt.-- [The Highest Domain of Romance] (1892) / Arthur Stedman -- [The Metaphysics Subtleties of Moby Dick] (1899) / Donald G. Mitchell -- [Unrivalled Tale of the Demon White Cachalot] (1899) / Anonymous -- "The Best Sea Story Ever Written" (1899) / Archibald MacMechan -- [The Dramatic Force of Melville] (1899) / Anonymous -- [The Series of Partly Fanciful Tales] (1901) / Alphonso G. Newcomer -- [An Informative Whaling Romance] (1902) / Anonymous -- [Stirring Records of Adventure] (1902) / [Charles F. Richardson] -- [The "Masterpiece of his Later Period"] (1904) / Marie Clothilde Balfour -- [Melville's Finest Performance] (1904) / W. Clark Russell -- [A Rather Strained Rhapsody] (1907) / Joseph Conrad -- [A Transcendentalist in Oilskin] (1907) / [Ernest Rhys] -- [Melville's Uneven Masterpiece] (1909) / C. S. Northrup -- [A Noble and Beautiful Book] (1912) / John Masefield -- [A Madly Eloquent Romance of the Sea] (1913) / John Macy -- [Full of Excitement, Wholesome, Well Told] (1914) / William B. Cairns -- [A Very Odd, Interesting Book] (1916) / D. H. Lawrence -- [The Oldness of Classic American Literature] (1916) / D. H. Lawrence -- [The Finest Sea Book ever Written in English] (1919) / F. C. Owlett -- [An Amazing Masterpiece] (1919) / Raymond Weaver -- [Melville's Masterpiece] (1919) / Frank Jewett Mather, Jr. -- [The Rarest Quality of Imagination] (1920) / Viola Meynell -- [The Final Hunting of Sexual Consciousness] (1920) / D. H. Lawrence -- [The Highest Plane of Spiritual Daring] (1920) / E. L. Grant Watson -- The Great White Whale: A Rhapsody (1921) / Augustine Birrell -- [It is Not Everybody's Book] (1921) / Frank Swinnerton -- [It Seemed to Me a Great Book] (1921) / Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. -- [The Odd Priorities of American Professors: Time for Wordsworth but not Melville] (1921) / H. M. Tomlinson -- [The Melville Boom: Only a Question of Time] (1921) / Van Wyck Brooks -- [A Supreme Test of a Reader] (1921) / H. M. Tomlinson -- [The Greatest American Book] (1922) / Carl Van Vechten -- [A Shelf of "Titanic" Books] (1922) / T. E. Lawrence -- The Vogue of Herman Melville (1922) / Anonymous -- [Melville's Besetting Weaknesses] (1922) / Arthur Hobson Quinn -- [Melville's Emergence from Limbo] (1923) / H. M. Tomlinson -- [A Third Look at Moby-Dick] (1923) / Van Wyck Brooks -- [Melville's Lonely Journey] (1923) / J. W. N. Sullivan -- [Melville's Magnificent Achievement] (1924) / Morley Roberts --
  • Modern Criticism: The Quest for Veritable Gospel Cetology, 1926-1970 -- [The Fable and the Myth of the White Whale] (1926) / Lewis Mumford -- [The Great War and Moby Dick] (1926) / H. M. Tomlinson -- [The Allegory of Moby Dick] (1927) / Percy H. Boynton -- [Melville: The Most Terrible Ranter?] (1927) / George Santayana -- ["I Wish I had Written That"] (1927) / William Faulkner -- [The World's Big Books] (1927) / T. E. Lawrence -- [I Have Got Stuck in the Middle] (1927) / George Santayana -- [Rereading Moby Dick] (1928) / Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. -- [A Treasury of Hidden Meanings] (1929) / William S. Gleim -- [Melville's Exploration of the Unconscious] (1929) / Henry A. Murray -- [That Magnificent Work] (1930) / Thomas Wolfe -- [The Value of the Details and Digressions] (1932) / Hart Crane -- [Knowledge Wrapped in Rhetoric] (1935) / Ernest Hemingway -- [Melville's Besetting Weaknesses] (1936) / Arthur Hobson Quinn -- [Melville's Mythic Power] (1936) / Walter Fuller Taylor -- [The Classification of Moby-Dick] (1938) / Yvor Winters -- [The Real Center of Interest] (1938) / R. P. Blackmur -- Reminiscences of a Melvillian (1938) / Frank Jewett Mather, Jr. -- Melville's Metaphysics of Evil (1940) / R. E. Watters -- [An "Efficient" Passage in Moby Dick] (1941) / Kenneth Burke -- [Ahab's Tragic Discovery] (1942) / Henry Alonzo Myers -- [How Moby-Dick is a "Wicked Book"] (1943) / William Braswell -- [Melville's Humorless Pessimism] (1943) / Clifton Fadiman -- [A Minority Report] (1944) / Howard Mumford Jones -- [Fate and Free Will] (1946) / Carvel Collins -- [The Main Theme of Moby Dick] (1946) / Sophie Hollis -- [The Fundamental Realism of Moby Dick] (1946) / Joseph Jones -- [The Nine Chance Meetings] (1947) / Willard Thorp -- [The "Two Moby-Dicks" Hypothesis] (1948) / Willard Thorp -- [Three Styles in Moby-Dick] (1949) / Richard Chase -- [The Blasphemy in Moby-Dick] (1949) / Geoffrey Stone -- The Whale (1950) / Newton Arvin -- [White Whale as "Expanding Symbol"] (1950) / E. K. Brown -- [Fate in Moby-Dick] (1950) / Gordon H. Mills -- [Moby Dick and Under the Volcano] (1950) / Malcolm Lowry -- Melville and His Critics (1950) / Philip Rahv -- Freudian Motifs in Moby-Dick (1950) / Harry Slochower -- [Moby Dick: A Romance-Anatomy] (1950) / Northrop Frye -- [Melville's Besetting Weaknesses] (1951) / Arthur Hobson Quinn -- Symbolism in Moby-Dick (1951) / Elmer E. Stoll -- [An Exegesis of Chapter 102] (1951) / Henry Nash Smith -- [The Underlying Theme in Moby-Dick] (1952) / Lawrance Thompson -- [The Lesson of Moby-Dick] (1952) / Father Francis X. Canfield -- [Does Wisdom Matter?] (1952) / Robert Frost -- [The Most Prevalent Error of Melville Criticism] (1952) / Charles Olson -- [Melville: Un Createur de Mythes] (1953) / Albert Camus -- [The Scholarly Junkyard of Moby-Dick Criticism] (1954) / James D. Koerner -- The Two Moby-Dicks (1954) / George R. Stewart -- [Moby Dick as Cruel Pre-Oedipal Mother] (1954) / Edmund Bergler -- [A Fourfold Scheme of Interpretation] (1956) / Harry Levin -- [Melville's Use of Literary Bitumen] (1958) / Van Wyck Brooks -- [The Meaning of Ishmael's Survival] (1958) / Granville Hicks -- [The Moby-Dick Industry] (1958) / Harry Levin -- [The Significance of Bulkington] (1958) / Robert L. Peters -- [The Major Weaknesses of Moby-Dick] (1958) / C. Hugh Holman -- [Moby Dick as a Love Story] (1960) / Leslie A. Fiedler -- [The Meaning of Ishmael's Survival] (1960) / Murray Krieger -- [Moby Dick: Not Allegorical but Symbolical] (1960) / J. B. Priestley -- Moby-Dick and the Nineteenth-Century Scene (1960) / Willie T. Weathers -- [Moby-Dick as Antislavery Allegory] (1961) / Charles H. Foster -- [The Whale's Deliberate Malice] (1961) / Robert Shulman -- Ishmael and the Problem of Formal Discontinuities in Moby Dick (1961) / Glauco Cambon -- [The Four "Worlds" of Moby-Dick] (1962) / Warner Berthoff -- [McMurphy Prepares for Bed] (1962) / Ken Kesey -- [Ahab as Gothic Hero] (1962) / Lowry Nelson, Jr. -- [An Example of an Equivocal Death] (1963) / Edwin S. Shneidman -- Moby-Dick and American Political Symbolism (1963) / Alan Heimert -- Others: The Basic Relation (1965) / Paul Brodtkorb, Jr. -- [The Insignificance of Ishmael] (1965) / Martin Green -- [Dahlberg and Melville] (1966) / Walter E. Bezanson -- Ahab's Greatness: Prometheus as Narcissus (1966) / Thomas Woodson -- [The Great White Elephant] (1967) / Brigid Brophy, Michael Levey, and Charles Osborne -- Ishmael's Audience in "The Town-Ho's Story" (1967) / Heinz Kosok -- The Mobled Dick (1970) / Bernard Mosher and Douglass Wigmore
Control code
ocm00111531
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xxi, 388 p.
Isbn
9780393098839
Lccn
77095518

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