Suggestions for Further Reading
Ayo, Nicholas. 'http://raven.cc.ukans.edu/~zeke/bartleby/ayo.html' "Bartleby's Lawyer on Trial." Arizona Quarterly twenty-eight (1972): 27–38.
Burkholder, E. Robert (ed). Critical essays on Herman Melville's "Benito Cereno". Boston: G.K. Hall & Co., 1992.
James, C.L.R. Mariners, Renegades & Castaways: The Story of Herman Melville and the World We Live In. Hanover: University Press of New England, 2001.
Melville, Herman. Great Short Works of Herman Melville. New York: Perennial Library, 1969.
Robertson-Lorant, Laurie. Melville: A Biography. New York: Clarkson Potter/Publishers, 1996.
by The_Great_And_Powerful_Ass, January 15, 2013
After her husband dies, the narrator speaks of two terrible things, which he should not mention, that happened to Hunilla. What are those things? They are buried in the semantics of Melville's writing, but: 1.) Hunilla actually becomes pregnant and has to try and have the baby herself because her husband and brother died on the catamaran. 2.) After she gives birth, the baby dies, and she is raped by men on a ship that boards the island. They leave after they rape her, leaving her alone again.
Not too long afterwards is when the other s... Read more→
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