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Fire imagery in Melville's novels
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|Title:||Fire imagery in Melville's novels|
|Abstract:||The primary purpose of this paper is to provide a systematic study of Melville's use of fire imagery in Moby Dlck. with some indication of earlier and later developments in his use of such imagery in order to present a broader context for its interpretation and appreciation. Such a study inevitably becomes a study as well of Melville's development as a writer.|
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