The Man of Law's Tale: Bartleby, Augustine, and the economy of salvation
Reichardt, Dosha (2009) The Man of Law's Tale: Bartleby, Augustine, and the economy of salvation. AUMLA, 112 . pp. 39-52.
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In 1851, Herman Melville, an American writer who is often classified as part of dark romanticism, was living with his family in rural Massachusetts and working on the short stories that would appear a few years later in The Piazza Tales. He had agreed to become a contributor to Putnams Monthly magazine at five dollars a page, and in November 1853 his first short story, now universally known as "Bartleby," appeared. Reichardt discusses the man of law's tale: Bartleby, Augustine, and the economy of salvation.
|Item Type:||Article (Refereed Research - C1)|
|Keywords:||Bartleby; Augustine; Melville|
|FoR Codes:||20 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE > 2005 Literary Studies > 200506 North American Literature @ 100%|
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