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MOBY JANE?: Herman Melville lived his life surrounded by women and wove their experiences into much of his literary work. Melville and Women, edited by Elizabeth Schultz, professor emerita of English, and Haskell Springer, professor emeritus of English, examines women in Melville's writing and includes essays related to scholarship concerning women in his work, as well as Melville scholarship written by women. Bibliography, portraits and paintings created by women artists in response to Moby Dick are also included.

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