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Richard Chase, "Melville and Moby-Dick," in Melville: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Richard Chase, Prentice- Hall, 1962. Alfred Kazin, "Introduction to Moby-Dick," in Melville, A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Richard Chase, Prentice- Hall, 1962.

A. Robert Lee, "Moby-Dick as Anatomy," in Herman Melville: Reassessments, edited by A. Robert Lee, Barnes & Noble, 1984.

John McWilliams, "The Epic in the Nineteenth Century," in The Columbia History of American Poetry, Columbia University Press, 1993.

Raymond Weaver, Herman Melville: Mariner and Mystic, Oxford University Press, 1921.

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