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The Resource Frederick Douglass & Herman Melville : essays in relation, edited by Robert S. Levine & Samuel Otter, (electronic resource)

Frederick Douglass & Herman Melville : essays in relation, edited by Robert S. Levine & Samuel Otter, (electronic resource)

Label
Frederick Douglass & Herman Melville : essays in relation
Title
Frederick Douglass & Herman Melville
Title remainder
essays in relation
Statement of responsibility
edited by Robert S. Levine & Samuel Otter
Title variation
Frederick Douglass and Herman Melville
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
973.8/092
LC call number
PS201
LC item number
.F74 2008
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1953-
  • 1956-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Levine, Robert S.
  • Otter, Samuel
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Douglass, Frederick
  • Melville, Herman
  • American literature
  • Literature and society
  • Race relations
  • African Americans
  • Cultural pluralism in literature
Label
Frederick Douglass & Herman Melville : essays in relation, edited by Robert S. Levine & Samuel Otter, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Revolutionary fictions and activist labor: looking for Douglass and Melville together / John Ernest -- Fugitive justice: Douglass, Shaw, Melville / Robert K. Wallace -- Cheer and gloom: Douglass and Melville on slave dance and music / Sterling Stuckey -- Douglass, Melville, and the moral economies of American authorship / Susan M. Ryan -- Volcanoes and meteors: Douglass, Melville, and the poetics of insurrection / William Gleason -- Interracial friendship and the aesthetics of freedom / John Stauffer -- Political theology in Douglass and Melville / Steven Mailloux -- The ethics of impertinence: Douglass and Melville on England / Elisa Tamarkin -- The ends of enchantment: Douglass, Melville, and U.S. expansionism in the Americas / Rodrigo Lazo -- Fraternal melancholies: manhood and the limits of sympathy in Douglass and Melville / Elizabeth Barnes -- Douglass's and Melville's "alphabets of the blind" / Hester Blum -- A view from the closet: reconcilable differences in Douglass and Melville / David Van Leer -- Riveted to the wall: covetous fathers, devoted sons, and the patriarchal pieties of Melville and Douglass / Maurice Wallace -- Fahrenheit 1861: cross patriotism in Melville and Douglass / Russ Castronovo, Dana D. Nelson -- White fratricide, black liberation: Melville, Douglass, and Civil War memory / Carolyn L. Karcher -- Douglass, Melville, and the lynching of Billy Budd / Gregory Jay -- Melville, Douglass, the Civil War, pragmatism / Maurice S. Lee -- 1855/1955: from antislavery to civil rights / Eric J. Sundquist
  • Revolutionary fictions and activist labor: looking for Douglass and Melville together / John Ernest -- Fugitive justice: Douglass, Shaw, Melville / Robert K. Wallace -- Cheer and gloom: Douglass and Melville on slave dance and music / Sterling Stuckey -- Douglass, Melville, and the moral economies of American authorship / Susan M. Ryan -- Volcanoes and meteors: Douglass, Melville, and the poetics of insurrection / William Gleason -- Interracial friendship and the aesthetics of freedom / John Stauffer -- Political theology in Douglass and Melville / Steven Mailloux -- The ethics of impertinence: Douglass and Melville on England / Elisa Tamarkin -- The ends of enchantment: Douglass, Melville, and U.S. expansionism in the Americas / Rodrigo Lazo -- Fraternal melancholies: manhood and the limits of sympathy in Douglass and Melville / Elizabeth Barnes -- Douglass's and Melville's "alphabets of the blind" / Hester Blum -- A view from the closet: reconcilable differences in Douglass and Melville / David Van Leer -- Riveted to the wall: covetous fathers, devoted sons, and the patriarchal pieties of Melville and Douglass / Maurice Wallace -- Fahrenheit 1861: cross patriotism in Melville and Douglass / Russ Castronovo, Dana D. Nelson -- White fratricide, black liberation: Melville, Douglass, and Civil War memory / Carolyn L. Karcher -- Douglass, Melville, and the lynching of Billy Budd / Gregory Jay -- Melville, Douglass, the Civil War, pragmatism / Maurice S. Lee -- 1855/1955: from antislavery to civil rights / Eric J. Sundquist
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000873497
Dimensions
25 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
475 p.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9780807831847
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2007033024
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000873497
Label
Frederick Douglass & Herman Melville : essays in relation, edited by Robert S. Levine & Samuel Otter, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Revolutionary fictions and activist labor: looking for Douglass and Melville together / John Ernest -- Fugitive justice: Douglass, Shaw, Melville / Robert K. Wallace -- Cheer and gloom: Douglass and Melville on slave dance and music / Sterling Stuckey -- Douglass, Melville, and the moral economies of American authorship / Susan M. Ryan -- Volcanoes and meteors: Douglass, Melville, and the poetics of insurrection / William Gleason -- Interracial friendship and the aesthetics of freedom / John Stauffer -- Political theology in Douglass and Melville / Steven Mailloux -- The ethics of impertinence: Douglass and Melville on England / Elisa Tamarkin -- The ends of enchantment: Douglass, Melville, and U.S. expansionism in the Americas / Rodrigo Lazo -- Fraternal melancholies: manhood and the limits of sympathy in Douglass and Melville / Elizabeth Barnes -- Douglass's and Melville's "alphabets of the blind" / Hester Blum -- A view from the closet: reconcilable differences in Douglass and Melville / David Van Leer -- Riveted to the wall: covetous fathers, devoted sons, and the patriarchal pieties of Melville and Douglass / Maurice Wallace -- Fahrenheit 1861: cross patriotism in Melville and Douglass / Russ Castronovo, Dana D. Nelson -- White fratricide, black liberation: Melville, Douglass, and Civil War memory / Carolyn L. Karcher -- Douglass, Melville, and the lynching of Billy Budd / Gregory Jay -- Melville, Douglass, the Civil War, pragmatism / Maurice S. Lee -- 1855/1955: from antislavery to civil rights / Eric J. Sundquist
  • Revolutionary fictions and activist labor: looking for Douglass and Melville together / John Ernest -- Fugitive justice: Douglass, Shaw, Melville / Robert K. Wallace -- Cheer and gloom: Douglass and Melville on slave dance and music / Sterling Stuckey -- Douglass, Melville, and the moral economies of American authorship / Susan M. Ryan -- Volcanoes and meteors: Douglass, Melville, and the poetics of insurrection / William Gleason -- Interracial friendship and the aesthetics of freedom / John Stauffer -- Political theology in Douglass and Melville / Steven Mailloux -- The ethics of impertinence: Douglass and Melville on England / Elisa Tamarkin -- The ends of enchantment: Douglass, Melville, and U.S. expansionism in the Americas / Rodrigo Lazo -- Fraternal melancholies: manhood and the limits of sympathy in Douglass and Melville / Elizabeth Barnes -- Douglass's and Melville's "alphabets of the blind" / Hester Blum -- A view from the closet: reconcilable differences in Douglass and Melville / David Van Leer -- Riveted to the wall: covetous fathers, devoted sons, and the patriarchal pieties of Melville and Douglass / Maurice Wallace -- Fahrenheit 1861: cross patriotism in Melville and Douglass / Russ Castronovo, Dana D. Nelson -- White fratricide, black liberation: Melville, Douglass, and Civil War memory / Carolyn L. Karcher -- Douglass, Melville, and the lynching of Billy Budd / Gregory Jay -- Melville, Douglass, the Civil War, pragmatism / Maurice S. Lee -- 1855/1955: from antislavery to civil rights / Eric J. Sundquist
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000873497
Dimensions
25 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
475 p.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9780807831847
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2007033024
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000873497

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