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Herman Melville

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  • For the rest to adapt a phrase from Herman Melville, the western wilderness was his Harvard and his Yale.

    Angel in the Whirlwind

  • For the rest to adapt a phrase from Herman Melville, the western wilderness was his Harvard and his Yale.

    Angel in the Whirlwind

  • That was a compromise after some lawmakers questioned Rep. Christopher Speranzo's proposal to dub Herman Melville's 1851 classic the "official book," given the state's rich literary history.

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  • Poets and writers, such as Herman Melville, Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson and many others were deeply inspired by it.

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  • Literary legends such as Herman Melville, Mark Twain, Ernst Hemingway, John Dos Passos, and James Baldwin.

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  • Bleak as these depictions may be, they are still improvements over Herman Melville's 1853 short story, "Bartleby, the Scrivener," with its dreary portrayal of law-firm life.

    The Case of the Loopy Lawyers

  • The annual mid-winter "Moby-Dick Marathon" brings together townsfolk for a 25-hour nonstop reading of the epic that was inspired by author Herman Melville's journey on a whaling ship that departed New Bedford in 1841.

    Scallops Ride to Rescue

  • American travel literature since its early days has revealed an anxiety about perceptions of the United States in the eyes of others—whether the Europeans in Mark Twain's "The Innocents Abroad" or the Polynesians in Herman Melville's "Typee."

    Overseas and On Edge

  • Bleak as these depictions may be, they are still improvements over Herman Melville's 1853 short story, "Bartleby, the Scrivener," with its dreary portrayal of law-firm life.

    The Case of the Loopy Lawyers

  • The annual mid-winter "Moby-Dick Marathon" brings together townsfolk for a 25-hour nonstop reading of the epic that was inspired by author Herman Melville's journey on a whaling ship that departed New Bedford in 1841.

    Scallops Ride to Rescue

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