Herman Melville The Dover Reader

Herman Melville The Dover Reader

Despite the early success of his tales of adventure in the South Seas, Herman Melville (1819–1891) suffered a reversal of fortunes with the 1851 publication of Moby-Dick. The great epic, now recognized as a masterpiece, was scorned by an uncomprehending nineteenth-century audience. Melville's preoccupation with metaphysical and philosophical issues and his use of symbols and archetypes foreshadowed elements of latter-day literature, and modern readers rejoice in… (more)

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Publisher: Dover Publications (March 21, 2016)

Collection: Dover Thrift Editions

Page count: 528 pages

Language: English


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