By Wyn Kelley
- Presents 35 unique essays by way of students from worldwide, representing quite a number varied methods to Melville
- Considers Melville in an international context, and appears on the impression of worldwide economies and applied sciences at the means humans learn Melville
- Takes account of the newest and so much subtle scholarship, together with postcolonial and feminist perspectives
- Locates Melville in his cultural milieu, revising our perspectives of his politics on race, gender and democracy
- Reveals Melville as a extra modern author than his critics have occasionally assumed
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A Companion to Herman Melville (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture) by Wyn Kelley