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Posts tagged "Herman Melville"
Classic Literary Obituaries, From Virginia Woolf to Marcel Proust
"There is no evidence of foul play."
January 13, 2017 By
A Brief Survey of the Great
Do We Need The G.A.N.? Why Do We Keep Looking?
January 9, 2017 By
Herman Melville Was Also a Failed Poet
On the Final Years of an American Legend-to-Be
September 28, 2016 By
On the Irresistible Pull of Tidal Metaphors
The Language of Love and Death Deep Beneath the Sea
September 20, 2016 By
How to Be a Writer: 10 Tips from
Joy, Suffering, Reading, and Lots and Lots of Writing
September 13, 2016 By
The Ultimate Literary Ten-Course Meal
Chef Evan Hanczor Creates Edible Masterpieces from Beloved Books
August 17, 2016 By
Melville in Love: The Secret Life of Herman Melville and the Muse of Moby-Dick
July 1, 2016 By
We Were Wrong About Gravity… What Do We Have Wrong Today?
"It’s impossible to understand the world of today until today has become tomorrow."
June 7, 2016 By
Why Are There So Many Novels About Famous Writers?
Heller McAlpin Analyzes a Recent Surge in Biographical Fiction
April 29, 2016 By
A New Poem By Karen Weiser
March 16, 2016 By
In Praise of Melville’s Whale Chapters
Happy Pub Birthday,
, You are the Best
October 16, 2015 By
The Perpetual Now of Life
on the Margins
Comyns, Metcalf, Berlin: Learning From Literary Reissues
July 31, 2015 By
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