Leviathan 18.3 Now Available
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Leviathan 18.3 includes a special issue on "Late Melvilles," edited and introduced by Cody Marrs. The special issue consists of essays on Melville and democracy across his career as a poet, the development of a mature poetic voice in Clarel, Melville's complicated relation to biography in John Marr, Melville's retirement, and Melville's persona in "Weeds and Wildings," with a lavishly illustrated essay on Melville and Elihu Vedder in Timoleon providing special insight into Melville's relation to the visual arts in his later years. It also includes two book reviews and the annual "Books in Brief" feature, along with "All Astir" and abstracts from ALA.