1. Specious Bedfellows: Ethnicity, Animality, and the Intimacy of Slaughter in Moby-Dick
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  1. Melville's Transcendentals: Kant and Radical Evil in Pierre; or The Ambiguities
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  1. "And Who art Thou, Boy?": Face-to-Face with Bartleby; Or Levinas and the Other
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  1. Peddlers of the Rod: Melville's "The Lightning-Rod Man" and the Antebellum Periodical Market
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  1. On Battle-Pieces: The Ethics of Aesthetics in Melville's War Poetry
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  1. "He was Known to Us as Mr. Omoo": Julian Hawthorne on Melville
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  1. Harpooning Mother Earth
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  1. The Whale: In Search Of The Giants Of The Sea (review)
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  1. Bartleby in Brooklyn: A Review of "Bartleby, A Rereading"
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  1. Melville and Religious Experience
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  1. Melville's Miltonic Notion of Providence: A Case Study of Moby-Dick, Chapters 82-83
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  1. Comparative Religion and Competing Orthodoxies in Melville's Clarel
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  1. "Perpetual telegraphic communication": Melville's Critique of Emersonian Pantheism
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  1. Melville and Religious Experience: A Response
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