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An exploration of space in the work of Herman Melville: not only in its natural presence, but in the ways by which it is apprehended and delineated in his work, as well as in the culture of the time and the broader traditions in which both partake. How can one open oneself fully to the vastness of the world without being consumed by its vertiginous centers of power?
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Jaeger, Nikolas Prescott, "All Worlds Are My Kin: Melville and the Cartographic Imagination" (2013). Senior Projects Spring 2013. 377.
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