"Herman Melville is replete with graphic power, and riots in the exuberance of a fresh, racy style; but whether he can sustain the 'burden and heat' of a well-equipped and full-grown novel as deftly as the fragmentary autobiographies he loves to indite; remains to be seen." -- Chambers' Edinburgh Journal, No. 418 Saturday, Jan 3, 1852.

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Blogger TOR Hershman said ... (1:16 AM) : 


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Blogger TOR Hershman said ... (1:18 AM) : 

Oh, yeah, The Beatles parody 'tis by moi.


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