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ISBN: 0816178437
Author: Brian Higgins
Language: English
Publisher: G. K. Hall; 1st Edition edition (June 1, 1979)
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Of these, seven books were published between 1846 and 1853, seven more between 1853 and 1891, and one in 1924.

Of these, seven books were published between 1846 and 1853, seven more between 1853 and 1891, and one in 1924. Melville was 26 when his first, and had been dead for 33 years when his last, books were published

Herman Melville: An Annotated Bibliography, 1846–1930.

Herman Melville: An Annotated Bibliography, 1846–1930.

Multiple authors are represented, in some cases under pseudonyms.

The annotated bibliography that follows excludes articles and, with the . The same work in the 1950-1976 volume is called "A bibliography for secondary authors, arranged alphabetically according to contributor

The annotated bibliography that follows excludes articles and, with the exception of two of Hellmann’s works published in the closing decades of the. The same work in the 1950-1976 volume is called "A bibliography for secondary authors, arranged alphabetically according to contributor. 7. A few examples: William Bridges-Adams, "Theatre," in Edwardian England, 1901-1914, ed.

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Herman Melville's The Confindence-Man: His Masquerade was the tenth, last, and most perplexing book of his decade as a professional man of letters. After it he gave up his ambitious effort to write works that would be both popular and profound and turned to poetry

Herman Melville's The Confindence-Man: His Masquerade was the tenth, last, and most perplexing book of his decade as a professional man of letters. After it he gave up his ambitious effort to write works that would be both popular and profound and turned to poetry. The book was published on April 1-the very day of its title character's April Fools' Day masquerade on a Mississippi River Steamboat. History & Fiction, Actions & Adventure.

Herman Melville: An Annotated Bibliography, 1846-1930 (Boston: G. K. Hall, 1979). Hobson, Fred C. Serpent in Eden: H. L. Mencken and the South (Chapel Hill: Univ

Herman Melville: An Annotated Bibliography, 1846-1930 (Boston: G. Mencken and the South (Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1974), pp. 19, 46, 54, 75, 126, 128, 207-208.

Herman Melville American author Herman Melville (1819-1891) is best known for his novel Moby-Dick. Typee (1846) grew out of Melville's accidental sojourn with the presumably cannibalistic natives of the Marquesas Islands. His work was a response, though often in a negative or ambivalent way, to the romantic movement that dominated American literature in the mid-19th century. It found a receptive audience and admitted Melville into the New York literary circles. A successful sequel, Omoo (1847), which paralleled Melville's experiences as a beachcomber in Tahiti, encouraged his belief that he could support himself through his writing.

Melville sold the book to the Harpers, after all, giving it at the last minute a. .

Melville sold the book to the Harpers, after all, giving it at the last minute a more memorable title: Moby-Dick. After a stopover in Egypt at year’s end, he left Alexandria for Jaffa in January 1857 for three weeks in the Holy Land.

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