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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE The book is bound in pale green cloth stamped on both covers with same conventional design. On back in gold = Mardi, / and a / Voyage / Thither / H. Melville..."
Date:1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE if I had, I would not send it for such a purpose, even to you - Pshaw I you cry - and so cry I. - This is intensified vanity, not true modesty or anything..."
Date:1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE The book is bound in pale green cloth stamped on both covers with same conventional design. On back in gold = Mardi, / and a / Voyage / Thither / H. Melville..."
Date:Between 1819 and 1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE volume,. etc. And, since I can hardly summon the impudence to ask you in the midst of better avocations, to go over the proofsheets; and there appears..."
Date:1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE London, Dec. 14, 49. My dear Duyckinck - I meant to send this to you by a Havre packet - ^but learning more about her did not. . . . I did not see your say..."
Date:1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE tho in the present case charitably administered in three parts instead of two. . . . Truly yours, H. Melville. The reference in the last paragraph..."
Date:Between 1819 and 1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE if I had, I would not send it for such a purpose, even to you Pshaw! you cry and so cry I. This is intensified vanity, not true modesty or anything..."
Date:Between 1819 and 1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE The Behring Strait disaster too, and the cording (?) along the New Foundland coast of those scores and scores of fishermen, and the inland gales on the Lakes..."
Date:1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE and then say It is finished not that one thing only, but all others that he has reached his uttermost and can never exceed it. But live and push tho we put..."
Date:Between 1819 and 1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE passengers, is ist health 2nd good-nature. Both first-rate things, but not universally to be found. At sea a fellow comes out. Salt water is like wine..."
Date:Between 1819 and 1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE f ectively from my writing, however interested I may be. My friends the horse and cow then demand their dinner - and I go and give it them. My own dinner..."
Date:1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE an author can never - under no conceivable circumstances - be at all frank with his rea:ders. Could I, for one, be frank, with them, how would they cease..."
Date:1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE tho in the present case charitably administered in three parts instead of two. . . . Truly yours, H. Melville. The reference in the last paragraph..."
Date:1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE and then say It is finished - ^not that one thing only, but all others - that he has reached his uttermost and can never exceed it. But live and push - tho we..."
Date:1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE an author can never under no conceivable circumstances be at all frank with his readers. Could I, for one, be frank with them, how would they cease..."
Date:Between 1819 and 1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE maples - ^you should see the young perennial pines - the red blazings of the one contrasting with the painted green of the others, and the wide flushings..."
Date:1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE passengers, is ist health - 2nd good-nature. Both first-rate things, but not universally to be found. - At sea a fellow comes out. Salt water is like wine..."
Date:1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE cession. Today, at dinner, we cracked the champagne, and our full glass (all around the table) was Mr. Duyckinck and Mr. Mathews. But the cigars..."
Date:Between 1819 and 1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE cussing the universe with a bottle of brandy and cigars. But he has not been able to come, owing to sickness in his family - or else hes up to the lips..."
Date:1922
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...SOME PERSONAL LETTERS OF HERMANMELVILLE fectively from my writing, however interested I may be. My friends the horse and cow then demand their dinner and I go and give it them. My own dinner over..."
Date:Between 1819 and 1922
Publication place:New York, USA