The Bell-Tower

by Herman Melville (Author)
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Bannadonna is an eccentric artist and architect who dreams up plans for a magnificent bell tower. After receiving approval from the city, Bannadonna happily begins construction, but local citizens begin to notice strange occurrences associated with the bell-tower, and complaints eventually reach the city magistrates. While touring the magistrates around the tower, Bannadonna shows off his work and readily answers their questions, but one curiosity remains unanswered—what lies beneath the shroud in the bell-tower. “The Bell-Tower” is a dark literary work that explores a mystery that is never fully revealed.

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Publication date
April 15, 2014
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9781443435093