Tales, Poems, and Other Writings
Modern Library, 2001 - 622 sider
The first edition of Melville's tales and poems in fifty years and the only one currently in print, this edition presents Melville's full array of short works as they appeared in magazines, private printings and manuscript, along with a generous sampling of his most significant poetry (an unjustly neglected facet of his ouvre). Senior Melvillean John Bryant brings extensive scholarly experience to the task; along with such classics as Bartleby the Scrivener, it offers a host of material available nowhere else, including letters and a significant rediscovered short story, Under the Rose.
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