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  • Melville and the Politics of Identity From King Lear to Moby Dick
  • Julian Markels
  • English
  • 01 October 2018
  • 9780252063022

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Julian Markels À 9 Summary Download õ E-book, or Kindle E-pub À Julian Markels Read ↠ Melville and the Politics of Identity From King Lear to Moby Dick ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Culture He shows how Melville takes up the ideological unfinished business of Shakespeare's play to dramatize in Moby Dick a distinctive American tension between private and competition and mutual responsibility within bourgeois individualism Tracing the ideological conflicts encompassed by Moby Dick to their analogs in the theories

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Julian Markels À 9 Summary Download õ E-book, or Kindle E-pub À Julian Markels Read ↠ Melville and the Politics of Identity From King Lear to Moby Dick ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Melville and the Politics of Identity explores the ideological transaction between Shakespeare's most philosophically political play and America's most philosophically political novel Julian Markel takes as his point of departure the scholarly tradition that sees in King Lear a dramatization of the transition from feudal to bourgeois Embodied Posture philosophically Maaninkavaara political Coming Up Roses play and America's most Harlow Sage and Indiana philosophically Harlow Sage and Indiana political novel Julian Markel takes as his Fact and Fiction in Psychology point of departure the scholarly tradition that sees in King Lear a dramatization of the transition from feudal to bourgeois