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  Volume 16, Number 1, March 2014

Table of Contents

From the Mast-Head

pp. 1-3
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Articles

A Double Prelude on Melville’s Moby-Dick: “Etymology” & “Extracts”

pp. 5-21
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The Florence

pp. 22-32
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Poems

Two Poems for the All-Nighters at the Moby-Dick Marathon

p. 34
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Reviews

Melville and the Idea of Blackness: Race and Imperialism in Nineteenth-Century America by Christopher Freeburg (review)

pp. 36-39
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Melville and the Wall of the Modern Age ed. by Arimichi Makino (review)

pp. 40-43
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Whipscars and Tattoos: The Last of the Mohicans, Moby-Dick, and the Maori by Geoffrey Sanborn (review)

pp. 44-49
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Extracts: Special Issue

All Astir

pp. 51-58
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Keynote Addresses

How Billy Budd Grew Black and Beautiful: Versions of Melville in the Digital Age

pp. 60-86
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“That towering bulge of pure white”: Whitman, Melville, the Capitol Dome, and Black America

pp. 87-120
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Walt Whitman and Civil War Washington

pp. 121-134
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Melville and the Worlds of Civil War Poetry

pp. 135-152
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Conference Reports

Melville and Whitman, Digitally Mediated

pp. 154-156
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Melvilleans and Whitmanians in Washington, DC

pp. 157-159
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Battle-Pieces and Aspects of the Conference on Melville and Whitman in Washington

pp. 160-163
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Poetry in Motion

pp. 164-167
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DC Photo Gallery

pp. 168-171
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Research Areas

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