Table of contents for A companion to Herman Melville / edited by Wyn Kelley.

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Contents
List of Illustrations
Notes on Contributors
Acknowledgments
Texts and Abbreviations
Preface								Wyn Kelley
Part I Travels
1 A Traveling Life	 					Laurie Robertson-Lorant 
2 Cosmopolitanism and Traveling Culture			Peter Gibian 
3 Melville¿s World Readers				 	A. Robert Lee	 
4 Global Melville 						Paul Lyons 
Part II Geographies
5 Science and the Earth					Bruce A. Harvey 
6 Ships, Whaling, and the Sea				Mary K. Bercaw-Edwards
7 Pacific Paradises						Alex Calder 
8 Atlantic Trade						Hester Blum 
9 Ancient Lands 						Basem Ra¿ad 
Part III Nations
10 Democracy and its Discontents				Dennis Berthold 
11 Urbanization, Class Struggle, and Reform		Carol Colatrella
12 ¿Wicked Books¿: Melville and Religion			Hilton Obenzinger
13 Public Life in the Institutional Nation			Chris Castiglia
14 Melville, Slavery, and the American Dilemma		John Stauffer 
15 Gender and Sexuality					Leland S. Person
Part IV Libraries
16 The Legacy of Britain					Robin Grey 
17 Romantic Philosophy, Transcendentalism, and Nature	Rachela Permenter 
18 Literature of Exploration and the Sea			R. D. Madison
19 Death and Literature: Melville and the Epitaph		Edgar A. Dryden
20 The Company of Women Authors			Charlene Avallone 
21 Hawthorne and Race					Ellen Weinauer
22 ¿Unlike Things Must Meet and Mate¿: 
Melville and the Visual Arts					Robert K. Wallace 
Part V Texts
23 The Motive for Metaphor: 
Typee, Omoo, and Mardi					Geoffrey Sanborn
24 Artist at Work: 
Redburn, White-Jacket, Moby-Dick, and Pierre 		Cindy Weinstein 
25 The Language of Moby-Dick:
¿Read It If You Can¿						Maurice Lee 
26 Threading the Labyrinth: Moby-Dick as Hybrid Epic	Christopher Sten
27 The Female Subject in Pierre and The Piazza Tales 	Caroline Levander 
28 Narrative Shock in ¿Bartleby, the Scrivener,¿ 
¿The Paradise of Bachelors and the Tartarus of Maids,¿ 
and ¿Benito Cereno¿ 						Marvin Fisher
29 Fluid Identity in Israel Potter 
and The Confidence-Man 					Gale Temple 
30 How Clarel Works					Samuel Otter 
31 Melville the Realist Poet					Elizabeth Renker
32 Melville¿s Transhistorical Voice:
Billy Budd,Sailor and the Fragmentation of Forms		John Wenke 	
	 
Part VI Meanings
33 The Melville Revival					Sanford E. Marovitz
34 Creating Icons: 
Melville in Visual Media and Popular Culture		Elizabeth Schultz 
35 The Melville Text						John Bryant
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Melville, Herman, 1819-1891. -- Criticism and interpretation -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.