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    Hawthorne's American travel sketches

    Hawthorne, Nathaniel
    Weber, Alfred, critique littéraire, Lueck, Beth L, Berthold, Dennis
    Hanover N.H. ; London ; University Press of New England
    1989
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    Titre: Hawthorne's American travel sketches / [ed. by] Alfred Weber, Beth L. Lueck and Dennis Berthold
    Auteur: Hawthorne, Nathaniel
    Contributeur: Weber, Alfred, critique littéraire; Lueck, Beth L; Berthold, Dennis
    Editeur: Hanover N.H. ; London ; University Press of New England
    Date: 1989
    Collation: XIII, 213 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
    Sujet RERO: Voyage - 19e siècle - Hawthorne, Nathaniel - Etats-Unis
    Auteur-titre: Hawthorne, Nathaniel. - American travel sketches
    Note: Texte et études critiques - Bibliogr.: p. 199-207
    Classification: ge-ulan A Hawt 8WEBE Haw sat
    Identifiant: 0874514983 (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb35287364t (URN)
    No RERO: 1294551
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    Robert Macpherson's Vatican Sculptures: An Iconographic Source for Herman Melville's "After the Pleasure Party"

    Berthold, Dennis
    South Central review, 2018, Vol.35(3), pp.40-54 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Exceptional Rome

    Berthold, Dennis
    Leviathan, March 2012, Vol.14(1), pp.67-80 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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    Titre: Exceptional Rome
    Auteur: Berthold, Dennis
    Sujet: Georgia ; Alabama ; United States–Us ; Cities ; American Literature ; Names ; Roma;
    Description: Located at the southwestern tip of the Appalachian mountain chain, Rome, Georgia earned its name honestly, for it is located on seven hills, one of the many similarities to its namesake that motivated Benito Mussolini to donate a reproduction of the Capitoline wolf suckling Romulus and Remus in 1919, where it sits on a block of white Georgia marble in front of Rome's city hall "as a forecast of prosperity and glory." [...]I would be remiss not to include the most linguistically correct Rome in the U.S., the town of Roma on the Mexican border in my own state of Texas.
    Fait partie de: Leviathan, March 2012, Vol.14(1), pp.67-80
    Identifiant: 1525-6995 (ISSN); 1750-1849 (E-ISSN); 10.1111/j.1750-1849.2011.01545.x (DOI)

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    “Mute Marbles”: Roman Aesthetics in the Poetry

    Berthold, Dennis
    Leviathan, June 2010, Vol.12(2), pp.112-113 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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    Titre: “Mute Marbles”: Roman Aesthetics in the Poetry
    Auteur: Berthold, Dennis
    Sujet: Languages & Literatures;
    Fait partie de: Leviathan, June 2010, Vol.12(2), pp.112-113
    Identifiant: 1525-6995 (ISSN); 1750-1849 (E-ISSN); 10.1111/j.1750-1849.2010.01421_2.x (DOI)

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    Herman Melville

    Berthold, Dennis
    American Literature
    Oxford Bibliographies (Oxford University Press)
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    Titre: Herman Melville
    Auteur: Berthold, Dennis
    Editeur: Oxford University Press
    Date: 29 August 2012
    Sujet: Literary Studies (American)
    Description: Herman Melville (b. 1819–d. 1891) was born in New York City into a proud and prosperous family. In 1830, however, his father’s importing business failed, and the family moved upstate to Albany to be near his mother’s relatives. Melville attended school in Albany, but after his father’s death in 1832 he had to balance education with work to help support the family. In 1839 he took a four-month trading voyage to Liverpool, and two years later he signed onto the Acushnet, a whaler bound for the Pacific Ocean. He jumped ship in the Marquesas and began four years of beachcombing, working in Tahiti and Hawaii, and sailing aboard various ships in the South Pacific. He joined the US Navy in 1843 and returned home in 1844 on the United States, a warship. These experiences fueled six lengthy novels published between 1846 and 1851 and earned him considerable fame and modest commercial success. But Moby-Dick (1851) was greeted with scorn, and reviewers begged him to return to writing pleasing travel narratives of the South Seas like Typee (1846) and Omoo (1847) or realistic accounts of shipboard life like Redburn (1849) and White-Jacket (1850). Instead, he gave them Pierre (1852), a lurid tale of sexual obsession that destroyed his reputation as a novelist for good. He turned to magazine fiction from 1853 to 1856 and produced a serialized novel and several superb tales such as “Bartleby, the Scrivener” and “Benito Cereno” and collected five of them as The Piazza Tales (1856). Reviewers hardly noticed his last published novel, The Confidence-Man (1857), a dark satire set on a Mississippi riverboat. He took a life-changing journey alone to Italy and the eastern Mediterranean from 1856 to 1857 and never published fiction again. He tried lecturing for three years and tried to publish a book of poetry in 1860, but both attempts failed. He continued to write poetry and in 1866 published Battle-Pieces, verses inspired by the Civil War. The same year he landed a job as customs inspector on the New York docks working for $5 per week, and in 1876 he privately published Clarel, an epic poem based on his 1857 trip to the Holy Land. After his retirement in 1885, he published two additional volumes of poetry and at his death left behind manuscripts of many poems and his searching novella, Billy Budd. The “Melville Revival” of the 1920s began the long resuscitation of his reputation, and today the white whale of Moby-Dick is an internationally recognizable literary icon. Melville’s works have inspired creative artists in every medium from film and drama to novels and operas, and only William Shakespeare attracts more scholarly attention. Once regarded as a failure, Melville has become a writer for the world.
    Fait partie de: American Literature
    Identifiant: 10.1093/obo/9780199827251-0075 (DOI)

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    Melville

    Berthold, Dennis
    American Literary Scholarship, 2010, 2011, Vol.2008(1), p.43 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Duke University Press Journals
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    Titre: Melville
    Auteur: Berthold, Dennis
    Fait partie de: American Literary Scholarship, 2010, 2011, Vol.2008(1), p.43
    Identifiant: 0065-9142 (ISSN); 1527-2125 (E-ISSN); 10.1215/00659142-2009-002 (DOI)

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    Melville

    Berthold, Dennis
    American literary scholarship, 2008, Vol.2008, pp.43-66 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Melville
    Auteur: Berthold, Dennis
    Sujet: Melville, Herman ; 1819-1891 ; Bibliography ; Languages & Literatures
    Fait partie de: American literary scholarship, 2008, Vol.2008, pp.43-66
    Identifiant: 0065-9142 (ISSN); 1527-2125 (E-ISSN)

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    Melville

    Berthold, Dennis
    American Literary Scholarship, 2007, 2011, Vol.2005(1), p.55 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Duke University Press Journals
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    Titre: Melville
    Auteur: Berthold, Dennis
    Fait partie de: American Literary Scholarship, 2007, 2011, Vol.2005(1), p.55
    Identifiant: 0065-9142 (ISSN); 1527-2125 (E-ISSN); 10.1215/00659142-2006-002 (DOI)

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    Melville

    Berthold, Dennis
    American literary scholarship, 2004, Vol.2004, pp.51-68 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Melville
    Auteur: Berthold, Dennis
    Sujet: Melville, Herman ; 1819-1891 ; Bibliography ; Languages & Literatures
    Fait partie de: American literary scholarship, 2004, Vol.2004, pp.51-68
    Identifiant: 0065-9142 (ISSN); 1527-2125 (E-ISSN)

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    Response to Larry Reynolds, "Subjective Vision, Romantic History, and the Return of the 'Real': The Case of Margaret Fuller and the Roman Republic"

    Berthold, Dennis
    South Central review, 2004, Vol.21(1), pp.18-21 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Response to Larry Reynolds, "Subjective Vision, Romantic History, and the Return of the 'Real': The Case of Margaret Fuller and the Roman Republic"
    Auteur: Berthold, Dennis
    Sujet: Fuller, Margaret ; 1810-1850 ; Transcendentalism (New England) ; Reynolds, Larry J.(Larry John) ; Languages & Literatures
    Fait partie de: South Central review, 2004, Vol.21(1), pp.18-21
    Identifiant: 0743-6831 (ISSN); 1549-3377 (E-ISSN); 10.1353/scr.2004.0001 (DOI)