|Author:||Harold Beaver,Herman Melville|
|Title:||Redburn: His First Voyage, Being the Sailor-Boy, Confessions and Reminiscences of the Son -of-a-Gentleman, In the Merchant Service (Penguin English Library)|
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|Publisher:||Penguin Classics; Revised edition (February 24, 1977)|
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In point of chronological sequence, Herman Melville’s REDBURN follows close on the heels of MARDI, both works being published during the same year, 1849
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I. how wellingborough redburn's taste for the sea was born and bred in him. II. Redburn's departure from home. How he disposed of his fowling-piece. V. he purchases his sea-wardrobe, and on a dismal rainy day picks up his board and lodging along the wharves. VI. He is initiated in the business of cleaning out the pig-pen, and slushing down the top-mast. VII. He gets to sea and feels very bad. VIII. He is put into the larboard watch; gets sea-sick; and relates some other of his experiences. Typee: A Romance of the South Seas.
Herman Melville, Harold Beaver. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. The Arcane Fount (Ancient Humanities) from Ma'arij Muhammad. WELLINGBOROUGH, as you are going to sea, suppose you take this shooting-jacket of mine along; it's just the thing - take it, it will save the expense of another.
Redburn: His First Voyage, Being the Sailor-Boy, Confessions and Reminiscences of the Son -of-a-Gentleman, In the Merchant Service (Penguin English Library). The story of 15-year-old Wellingborough Redburn (Melville himself was actually 20 years old on his first voyage) is indeed entertaining, and frequently very humorous, but it is certainly not a throwaway potboiler. It's a classic bildungsroman, the story of a naïve youth who is forced to grow up fast under trying circumstances. Redburn" was written only two years prior to "Moby Dick," and Redburn strikes the reader as a younger Ishmael
Showing 1-5 of 6 (next show all). Wellingborough Redburn comes from a large and illustrious New York mercantile family which has recently become impoverished because of the bankruptcy and death of his father. Why? For starters, you will see that magnum opus in its beta format. a round trip from New York to Liverpool. The narrator, Redburn Wellingborough, even refers to himself as Ishmael. There are two prototypes of Ahab.
Author(s): Herman Melville. Redburn (English Library). Published August 31st 2006 by Penguin. Author(s): Herman Melville.