2 edition of Melville and aesthetics found in the catalog.
Melville and aesthetics
|Statement||edited by Samuel Otter and Geoffrey Sanborn|
|LC Classifications||PS2388.A35 M45 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 263 p. :|
|Number of Pages||263|
|LC Control Number||2011005463|
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"Melville and Aesthetics provides a snapshot of Melville criticism as it is currently practiced by some of the field's most accomplished interpreters. The volume treats a wide range of texts by Melville, including the poetry, and essay after essay wrestles with Melville's astonishing stylistic achievements with intelligence and is a Format: Hardcover.
Blubber: Melville's bad writing / Alex Calder --Melville's ornamentation: on irrelevant beauty / Theo Davis --Melvillean provocation and the critical art of devotion / Andrew DuBois --Strange sensations: sex and aesthetics in "The counterpane" / Christopher Looby --Dead bones and honest wonders: the aesthetics of natural science in Moby-Dick.
"Melville and Aesthetics provides a snapshot of Melville criticism as it is currently practiced by some of the field's most accomplished interpreters. The volume treats a wide range of texts by Melville, including the poetry, and essay after essay wrestles with Melville's astonishing stylistic achievements with intelligence and is a Manufacturer: Palgrave Macmillan.
"Melville and Aesthetics provides a snapshot of Melville criticism as it is currently practiced by some of the field's most accomplished interpreters. The volume treats a wide range of texts by Melville, including the poetry, and essay after essay wrestles with Melville's astonishing stylistic achievements with intelligence and is a.
In an distinctive and provocative assortment of readings that change all through Melville's career, the contributors take into consideration not solely the sources and implications of Melville's aesthetics, nevertheless the connection between aesthetic criticism, historic analysis, and trendy precept.
In an original and provocative series of readings that range across Melville's career, the contributors consider not only the sources and Melville and aesthetics book of Melville's aesthetics, but the relationship between aesthetic criticism, historical analysis, and contemporary theory.
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Click here to buy the book on Amazon. In their Introduction to this book, Samuel Otter and Geoffrey Sanborn observe that American literary studies divide the practice of. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource: Contents: Introduction: Aesthetics and Melville; S.
Otter & G. Sanborn --PART I: THE MATTER OF STYLE --Blubber: Melville's Bad Writing; A. Calder --Melville's Ornamentation: On Irrelevant Beauty; T. Davis --Melvillean Provocation and the Critical Art of Devotion; A. Dubois. The Paperback of the The Characteristic Theology of Herman Melville: Aesthetics, Politics, Duplicity by Bradley A.
Johnson at Barnes & Noble. FREE Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. That is, ‘The undecidability of Melville’s theatrical role-play characterises for Melville and aesthetics book a certain aesthetic theological intensity immanent to life itself.’ (; my emphasis) It must then be emphasised that ultimately this is not a book about Melville; it is a book about what theology should become (and already has been perennially becoming).Author: Daniel Whistler.
The bibliography of Herman Melville includes magazine articles, book reviews, other occasional writings, and 15 books. Of these, seven books were published between andseven more between andand one in Melville was 26 when his first, and had been dead for 33 years when his last, books were es↙: 8.
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The book grounds the study of Herman Melville's writings to the world that influenced their. In this imaginative book, Katie McGettigan argues that Melville’s novels and poetry demonstrate a sustained engagement with the physical, social, and economic materiality of industrial and commercial forms of print.
Further, she shows that this “aesthetics of the material text,” central both to Melville’s stylistic signature and to his innovations in form, allows Melville to.
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The New Cambridge Companion to Herman Melville provides timely, critical essays on Melville's classic works. The essays have been specially commissioned for this volume and provide a complete overview of Melville's career. Melville's major novels are discussed, along with a range of his short fiction and poetry, including neglected works ripe for rediscovery.
Book Description: Handsomely Done: Aesthetics, Politics, and Media after Melville brings together leading and emerging scholars from comparative literature, critical theory, and media studies to examine Melville's works in light of their ongoing afterlife and seemingly permanent contemporaneity.
The volume explores the curious fact that the. Melville employs the book’s print, paper, and binding—and its market circulations—to construct literary figures, to shape textual form, and to create irony and ambiguity. Exploring the printed book in Melville’s writings brings neglected sections of his poetry and prose to the fore and invites new readings of familiar passages and : Katie McGettigan.
However, interestingly enough, the book didn’t even sell out its first priting of 3, copies. It would not be until the Melville Revival of the s that Melville would regain fame posthumously. Herman Melville became a published author in with the travelouge Typee: A Peep at Polynesian Life.
He would only continue writing until C The Authors Journal compilation C The Melville Society and Blackwell Publishing Inc L E V I A T H A N A J O U R N A L O F M E L V I L L E S T U D I E S E X T R A C T S “A Squeeze of the Invisible Hand: Materialist Aesthetics and Capitalism in Moby-Dick” Paul Gilmore California State University, Long Beach “A Squeeze of the.
That was a bridge too far— he could never return to polite society if he allowed this. His choice to leave centered on aesthetics. While he lived with the Typee, Melville was frequently in awe of their way of life; in fact, the book represents to me a powerful allegorical (and direct) questioning of the nature and bounds of civilization.
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Handsomely Done: Aesthetics, Politics, and Media after Melville is a multidisciplinary examination of Melville’s book explores how the works of this most linguistically complex author have yielded compelling translations and adaptations as well as the how Melville’s writing tends to become reinvigorated at every new historical-political conjuncture.
Herman Melville's Billy Budd, Benito Cereno, Bartleby the scrivener, and other tales / edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom. PS H44 Melville's reviewers, British and American, Books How Herman Melville's 'Moby-Dick' anticipated modernist writing.
He was born years ago, yet Melville is still one of the world's most celebrated authors. The Melville Revival of the s, spurred by the centenary celebration of the author's birth, brought Moby-Dick back into the public eye. Critics and readers returned to the novel, finding new. Moby Dick, novel () by Herman Melville detailing the voyage of the Pequod, a whaling vessel whose captain is intent on finding the white sperm whale Moby Dick.
The novel was not well received when published but now is widely regarded as Melville’s magnum opus and one of the greatest novels in American literature. Melville House is an independent publisher located in Brooklyn, New York.
It was founded in by sculptor Valerie Merians and fiction writer/journalist Dennis Johnson, in order to publish Poetry After 9/11, a book of material culled from Johnson’s groundbreaking MobyLives book material consisted of things sent in to the blog by writers and poets in response to the 9/11 attacks.
Herman Melville Modernity and the Material Text Univ Of New Hampshire Press. In this imaginative book, Katie McGettigan argues that Melville’s novels and poetry demonstrate a sustained engagement with the physical, social, and economic materiality of industrial and commercial forms of print.
Further, she shows that this “aesthetics of. This rich volume of essays restores meaning itself as the focal point of one of our most thoughtful modern writers, Herman Melville.
Melville and the Question of Meaning thinks about thinking in Melville. For if Melville’s concerns with interpretation (the contributors to one recent collection variously read the author for "the ‘meaning’ of the characters," the "meaning" of the "body.
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Ishmael describes Ahab as mad in his narration, and it does indeed seem mad to try to fight the forces of nature or God. However, some of the other characters in the novel whom Ishmael labels insane—notably Pip and Gabriel—might be viewed as wise rather than crazy, thus calling into question the possibility of making a clear distinction between sanity and insanity.
He has co-edited Frederick Douglass and Herman Melville: Essays in Relation (North Carolina, ) and Melville and Aesthetics (Palgrave, ).
He is the editor of Leviathan: A Journal of Melville Studies and has served on the editorial boards of American Literature, ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance, Nineteenth-Century Literature.
Book at [email protected] and #promotion #giveaways #freegift #johannesburg #melville #spoilyourself #skincare #stimulatorpeel 2 Black friday promotion now at World Of Faces, Followers: Melville himself called it a 'wicked book.' In this expansive reassessment of Melville's career, we meet an author who passes through the theological nihilism of Moby-Dick to forge an aesthetics of subjectivity.
This is a bold, provocative, sometimes disturbing book, important for students of literature, philosophy, and theology." -Benjamin Myers. Book Description: The Book of Job has held a central role in defining the project of modernity from the age of Enlightenment until Book of Job: Aesthetics, Ethics and Hermeneutics offers new perspectives on the ways in which Job's response to disaster has become an aesthetic and ethical touchstone for modern reflections on catastrophic events.Handsomely Done presents readers with a Melville who is a philologist and even a cinematographer, but also a potent political thinker, a thinker of capital and credit as well as of resistance, insubordination, and escape.
Please join us for a discussion with a panel of contributors to this important new volume. Herman Melville’s Bartleby the Scrivener is something of a seduction. It is either a long short story or a short novella.
64 pages in my lovely Art of the Novella edition. This is among the last works of Melville and is considered as the first work in the emerging style known as naturalism/5().