1. The Epistemology of the Wonder-Closet: Melville, Moby-Dick, and the Marvelous
  2. Chad Luck
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  1. Wordsworth in Melville's "Cock-A-Doodle-Doo"
  2. Arnd Bohm
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  1. Ben-Ner's Moby Dick and Melville's Mechanism of Projection
  2. Robert K. Wallace
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  1. Five Poems
  2. Yahia Lababidi
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  1. Melville: His World and Work (review)
  2. Samuel Otter
  3. pp. 69-76
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  1. Douglass and Melville: Anchored Together in Neighborly Style (review)
  2. Hester Blum
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  1. All Astir
  2. Wyn Kelley
  3. pp. 85-90
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  1. Why Melville Matters Now A Transdisciplinary Celebration in Albany, New York
  2. Mary Valentis
  3. pp. 91-93
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  1. Melville in the Popular Imagination
  2. M. Thomas Inge
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  1. 'He's Going to Sound!': Herman Melville and the Struggle to Legitimize Radio
  2. Tim Prchal
  3. pp. 96-98
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  1. Profiles in Ontological Rebelliousness: The Presence of Moby-Dick References in Heathers
  2. Randy Laist
  3. pp. 98-99
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  1. The Power of Prestige and the Aesthetic of Mightiness: Mastodon's Leviathan and the Popular Image of Moby-Dick
  2. Craig Bernardini
  3. pp. 99-102
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  1. 'Or the Whale': Unpopular Melville in the Popular Imagination
  2. Richard Hardack
  3. pp. 101-102
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