Leviathan: A Journal of Melville Studies
Volume 22, Number 2 - June 2020
Leviathan 22.2 is now available on Project Muse! It includes a special issue on “Melville’s England/ England’s Melville” guest edited by Edward Sugden and Janet Floyd and featuring essays by Rasmus Simonsen on Melville and style, Matthew Crow on Gibbon and Melville, Maki Sadahiro on fin de siècle British socialism and the Melville Revival, Janet Floyd on Viola Meynell’s writings on Melville, and Katie McGettigan on Redburn and Malcolm Lowry. The issue also includes reviews by Steven Olsen-Smith of Kevin J. Hayes’s Herman Melville in Context, Alex Calder of Edward Sugden’s Emergent Worlds, and Jaime Campomar of David Faflik’s Melville and the Question of Meaning, along with an All Astir column by Mary K. Bercaw Edwards and abstracts for the 2020 MLA panel organized by Michael Snediker and featuring contributions from James Lilley, Jamie Godley, Lindsey Reckson, and Theo Davis.
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