restricted access   Volume 17, Number 1, March 2015

Table of Contents

Articles

The Bachelor and the Orphan

pp. 1-25
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Melville’s Chimney: Queer Syntax and the Rhetoric of Architecture

pp. 26-40
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Of Tombs and Wombs, or, The Whale, Part III

pp. 41-60
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A Midrash on Melville: Recalling Ishmael, Esau, and Jacob from Lives of Exile, Estrangement, and Entanglement

pp. 61-79
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Poem

Bartleby’s Last Speech

pp. 81-83
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Reviews

The Empire of Necessity: Slavery, Freedom, and Deception in the New World by Greg Grandin (review)

pp. 85-91
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Early Modern Poetics in Melville and Poe: Memory, Melancholy, and the Emblematic Tradition by William E. Engel (review)

pp. 92-97
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Cannibal Old Me: Spoken Sources in Melville’s Early Works by Mary K. Bercaw Edwards (review)

pp. 98-103
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A Whaler’s Dictionary by Dan Beachy-Quick (review)

pp. 104-107
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Extracts

All Astir

pp. 109-112
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Report: Melville Society—Bezanson Archive Fellowship 2014

pp. 113-117
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Special Section: The 38th Voyage of the Charles W. Morgan

Introduction

pp. 118-119
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Viewing Moby-Dick through the Lens of the Charles W. Morgan

pp. 120-122
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Magic, Luck, and My Passage on the 38th Voyage of the Bark Charles W. Morgan

pp. 123-125
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Steering Out of the Haven

pp. 126-128
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A List of Books that I Did Not Read on the Voyage

pp. 129-132
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“Lauding the Inhuman Sea”

pp. 133-135
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Poems Written on the 38th Voyage of the Charles W. Morgan

pp. 136-141
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Work

pp. 142-146
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Sea-Room

pp. 147-149
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