restricted access   Volume 10, Issue 2, June 2008

Table of Contents

From: Leviathan

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Frederick Douglass and Herman Melville on Deck: An Introduction

pp. 3-8

What to Israel Potter is the Fourth of July?: Melville, Douglass, and the Agency of Words

pp. 9-22

City of Hope and Fear: Douglass and Melville in the Nation's Capital

pp. 23-36

Where Were Douglass and Melville on April 15, 1865?

pp. 37-49

A Hid Event, Twice Lived: The Post-War Narrative Sub-Versions of Douglass and Melville

pp. 51-68

Meaning and Transcendence: Melville, Douglass, and the Anxiety of Interpretation

pp. 69-83

The Outer and The Inner: Four Poems

pp. 86-89

Melville and Women (review)

pp. 92-95

Moby-Dick: A Longman Critical Edition (review)

pp. 96-99

All Astir

pp. 102-103

The Pleasures of Reading Moby-Dick

pp. 104-116

What's a Feminist to Do with Melville?

pp. 117-118

Sinister Badges of Womanhood, Blackness, and Homosexuality in Melville's Redburn

pp. 118-119

Love Will Keep Us Together: Sentimentalism and the Problem of Incest in Melville's Pierre and Maria McIntosh's Violet

pp. 119-120

Toward a Feminist Reading of Herman Melville's Stories About the Material Conditions of Writing

pp. 121-122

Response to the Papers

pp. 122-123

A Melville Scholar at Risk: The Disappearance of Prof. Hassan Muayyad

pp. 124-128

Chowder: Secretary's Report and History of Melville Society Officers

pp. 129-138

Treasurer's Report

pp. 139-144

Bylaws of the Melville Society January 2007

pp. 145-150