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Herman Melville's 'Billy Budd' : Henry Salt considered Melville's later works as fantasies rather than a relation of sober facts. This was not the case with Billy Budd. There are elements of the transcendental and he has certainly embe
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honesty, humility and the art of peacemaking. This 5 page paper explores Melville's presentation of the character of Billy Budd in terms of these three qualities. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Budd2.wps

Herman Melville's 'Moby Dick' / Symbolism
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A 10 page paper looking at Herman Melville's classic novel. The paper examines Melville's use of symbolism, and shows how all the literally hundreds of lesser symbols work together to underscore the effect of the symbol of the white whale. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Herman Melville's 'Moby Dick' and the Character of Ahab
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A 5 page discussion of how Captain Ahab challenges the very order of creation in his pursuit of Moby Dick. No additional sources cited.
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Herman Melville's 'Moby Dick' and the Character of Pip
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8 pages in length. An analytical look at Melville's depiction of the character Pip in his classic story 'Moby Dick.' The discussion of this particular character is most important in the sense that Pip, a Black man, was shown very much for his human qualities even though the story was written at a time when the United States still supported legalized slavery in many areas. Bibliography lists 3 supporting sources.
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Herman Melville's 'Moby Dick' and the Symbolism of White
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In this 7 page analysis, the writer discusses Melville's symbolic use of the color white in his classic novel 'Moby Dick' -- as well as in several others. According to the writer, numerous examples exist concerning purity, the 'rightness' of mankind, etc; Excellent examples are provided and assertions are supported with proper citations. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Herman Melville's 'Moby Dick' vs. William Shakespeare's 'Hamlet'
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A 6 page paper in which the writer argues that through mad antics toward ‘the revenge plot,' both Ahab and Hamlet serve to bring the action in the two tragedies to their inevitable conclusions. In all aspects the characters' motivations are different. Ahab's madness is more focused and not within Ahab's control--he is unable to see beyond it. Hamlet's madness is feigned. The characters' decision-making abilities are also in contrast to each other, and their view of God, the Devil and responsibility to same also come from a divergent slant on the moralistic ideals behind their given situations. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Mobyham.wps

Herman Melville's 'Pierre' v. Rowson's 'Charlotte Temple' / Wages of Sin
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A 7 page paper looking at Susanna Rowson's Charlotte Temple and Herman Melville's Pierre in terms of their emphasis on sin and death. The paper concludes that both novels end so tragically because eighteenth and nineteenth-century society could not accept any other retribution for turning one's back on society. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Herman Melville's Billy Budd / Captain Vere - A Psychoanalytical View of a Man Conflicted or Self-Directed?
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Captain Vere, the pivotal character who determines the fate of the title character in Melville's Billy Budd, appears at the onset to be a man conflicted. Vere has a strong sense of duty and his personality appears to be defined by his notion of compliance with his role as Captain and the conflict that occurs because of he must apply the law to the actions of the innocent Budd. But there is also an alternative perspective on the nature of Vere, including the belief that Vere represents a character driven by motives that have defined his psychosis, and that this is the real reason that he directs Budd's execution. This 8 page paper provides a psychoanalytical perspective on the nature of Vere's conflicting personality and his corresponding behaviors. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Capvere.wps


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