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Billy Budd
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Novels & Stories
ISBN
9780553212747
Book Language
English
Publisher
Random House
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  • If Melville Had Never Written "Moby Dick," His Place In World Literature Would Be Assured By His Short Tales. "Billy Budd, Sailor, " His Last Work, Is The Masterpiece In Which He Delivers The Final Summation In His "Quarrel With God." It Is A Brilliant Study Of The Tragic Clash Between Social Authority And Individual Freedom, Human Justice And Abstract Good. Melville Also Explores This ...

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    Category Type
    Novels & Stories
    ISBN
    9780553212747
    Book Language
    English
    Publisher
    Random House
    Category Type
    Novels & Stories
    ISBN
    9780553212747
    Book Language
    English
    Publisher
    Random House
    EAN-13
    9780553212747
    Item EAN
    2724605989994
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    Author
    Herman Melville
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    Paperback
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    Description:

    • If Melville Had Never Written "Moby Dick," His Place In World Literature Would Be Assured By His Short Tales. "Billy Budd, Sailor, " His Last Work, Is The Masterpiece In Which He Delivers The Final Summation In His "Quarrel With God." It Is A Brilliant Study Of The Tragic Clash Between Social
    • If Melville Had Never Written "Moby Dick," His Place In World Literature Would Be Assured By His Short Tales. "Billy Budd, Sailor, " His Last Work, Is The Masterpiece In Which He Delivers The Final Summation In His "Quarrel With God." It Is A Brilliant Study Of The Tragic Clash Between Social Authority And Individual Freedom, Human Justice And Abstract Good. Melville Also Explores This Theme In "Bartelby The Scrivener, " His Famous Story About A Wall Street Law Clerk Who Takes Passive Resistance To A Comic--And Ultimately Disastrous--Extreme; And In "Benito Cereno, " His Dazzling Account Of Oppression And Rebellion On A Nineteenth-Century Slave Ship. Completing This Collection Of Great Tales Are The Eerie "The Encantados, " The Beautiful, Romantic "The Piazza, " And Melville'S Chilling Science Fiction Parable, "The Bell-Tower."
 

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