Tag Archives: Herman Melville

Campaign Outsider Book Club™: Anna Burns’s Novel ‘Milkman’

I could not recommend this book more highly. But don’t take my word for it – Milkman won the prestigious Man Booker Prize last year and the Orwell Prize for political fiction this year. Patrick Radden Keefe, whose best seller Say … Continue reading

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Why I’d Like To Read ‘Moby-Dick’ Again

Happily, I’ve read Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick twice in my life – once in college (Xavier University, Class of ’71) and once on a trip to Nantucket four years later, during which I walked contemplatively down a grassy strip of road and … Continue reading

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