Writer’s Wednesday: Herman Melville

HermanMelville

Click Here to Read: Herman Melville on Wikipedia.

Click Here to Read: Biography: Herman Melville from the American Experience on the PBS.org

Click Here to Read: Bartleby, the Scrivener: A[n interactive, annotated] story of Wall Street By Herman Melville and Andrew Kahn on the Slate.com website on October 22 2015,

Click Here to Read: The True-Life Horror That Inspired Moby-Dick: The whaler Essex was indeed sunk by a whale—and that’s only the beginning By Gilbert King on nthe SMITHSONIAN.COM on March 1, 2013.

Click Here to Read:  The 100 best novels: No 17 – Moby-Dick by Herman Melville (1851)
Wise, funny and gripping, Melville’s epic work continues to cast a long shadow over American literature by Robert McCrum on the Guardian Website on January 13, 2014.

Click Here to Read: Moby Dick by Herman Melville, book of a lifetime: A playful, experimental novel: In writing a high tragedy about a whaling voyage, Melville is emulating and paying tribute to Shakespeare and the larger literary tradition, but he’s also revising and Americanising it
Ian McGuire on the Independent website on February 18, 2016.

Click Here to Read: D. H. Lawrence on Herman Melville’s Typee & Omoo by D. H. Lawrence on the Counter-Currents Publishing website.

Click Here to Read: Other Posts on Writer’s Wednesday on this Website.

Explore posts in the same categories: Writers Wednesday

Comments are closed.


Now accepting donations for the maintenance and growth of International- Psychoanalysis.net












Recent Posts