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Romanticism: Featured Work


Moby Dick

Herman Melville

Some “Text to Text” & “Text to World” connections to explore...


E-Text of Moby-Dick



Literary Map of Moby-Dick

How to Read Herman Melville's Moby-Dick



Whale Songs





Listen to Moby 



Sperm Whales: Deep Divers of the Ocean

The New Bedford Whaling Museum

Overview of American Whaling  

The Lagoda 



The Life and Works of Herman Melville



Original Book Review for Moby-Dick


The Bible Gateway



Into the Deep: America, Whaling & the World

The Life and Works of Herman Melville

Short Novel: Billy-Budd

Poem: "Gettysburg"

Poem: "Shiloh: A Requiem" (April, 1862)

Poem: "The Maldive Shark"

Poem: "The Swamp Angel"

Poem: "Greek Architecture"

Poem: "Tom Deadlight" (1810)

Short Story: "The Bell Tower"

Short Story: "The Lightning-Rod Man"

Short Story: "The Piazza"

Take a look at a clip from the 1956 Warner Brother's version of Moby Dick - starring Gregory Peck as Ahab. See more clips and learn more about the film with this link to Turner Classic Movies.





Prentice Hall Literature: The American Experience - Selected Textbook Resources

Excerpt from Novel: Moby Dick -p. 358


 Audio Book/MP3

Moby Dick - it's a whale of a download (tee- hee-hee) but you've got to give "props" to the readers who took this one on. Listen along and download the e-text.

Herman Melville at Librivox- this link will lead you to some poems and short stories all by Melville and available as MP3 files at Librivox.