The Composition of Herman Melville

The Composition of Herman Melville

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This play, which contains biographical information relating to Herman Melville, is fundamentally an exploration of the ways in which these two things take place. The play admits the truth of Walter Benjamin's view of history as ''time filled by the presence of the now''. Parallels between past and present (e.g., racism, domestic abuse, and the plight of the visionary American artist) are clearly implied, but the play also utilizes new technologies, in particular video, in order to represent the kind of dialectical history and representation promoted by Benjamin. During Melville's lifetime, and.
Publisher: Bristol, UK ; Portland, OR : Intellect, 2002.
Edition: International bibliography of theatre & dance with full text. Ipswich, MA. EBSCO Pub., 2005- (OCoLC)62903283
Characteristics: 1 online resource (vii, 96 pages)


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