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10 thoughts on “Clarel

  1. says:

    An epic poem of ideas So hard to follow that you do really feel like you re going on a difficult journey, like the characters But as you keep going the ideas getandinteresting, the people getandengaging, and you want to seeandof the little wonderful and terrible moments that happen along the way.


  2. says:

    Bleak poetry and thought The heart longs for faith the head rejects The search for faith leads to loss of joy on earth.


  3. says:

    Oh, Melville, this is quite an arduous poem you ve written here Sure, there are excellent passages about faith, doubt, and the problem of evil, but the poesy isn t much sometimes it s outright bad and the s...


  4. says:

    Europe was in a decade dim Upon the future s trembling rimThe comet hovered His a leagueOf frank debate and close intrigue Plot, proselyte, appeal, denounce Conspirator, pamphleteer, at once,And prophet Wear and tear and jarHe met with coffee and cigar These kept awake the man and moodAnd dream That uncreated GoodHe sought, whose absence is the causeOf creeds and Atheists, mobs and laws.Precocities of heart outranThe immaturities of brain Along with each superior mindThe vain, foolhard, wo Europe was in a decade dim Upon the future s trembling rimThe comet hovered His a leagueOf frank debate and close intrigue Plot, proselyte, appeal, denounce Conspirator, pamphleteer, at once,And prophet Wear and tear and jarHe met with coffee and cigar These kept awake the man and moodAnd dream That uncreated GoodHe sought, whose absence is the causeOf creeds and Atheists, mobs and laws.Precocities of heart outranThe immaturities of brain Along with each superior mindThe vain, foolhard, worthless, blind,With Ju...


  5. says:

    Some books are absolute beasts to get through, but incredibly worth it once the journey is over Clarel is wonderful because the intense spiritual wrestling it prompts continues long after the powerful final lines echo away.Clarel is a painfully unwieldy long form epic poem, the longest ever written by an American, if I m not mistaken 18,000 lines and as its motley cast of characters wander over and across the holy land, and the conflicts between religion s and science at the passing of the Some books are absolute beasts to get through, but incredibly worth it once the journey is over Clarel is wonderful because the intense spiritual wrestling it prompts continues long after the powerful final lines echo away.Clarel is a painfully unwieldy long form epic poem, the longest ever written by an American, if I m not mistaken 18,000 lines and as its motley cast of characters wander over and across the holy land, and the conflicts between religion s and science at the passing of the world from Christendom and Kings to Revolution, democracy, and Darwin, the reader will find themselves pulled in a multitude of different directions, from intense faith to intense doubt and everywhere in between It is both intensely cerebral and intensely viscera...


  6. says:

    INDICEPrefazioneCLARELI JERUSALEM GERUSALEMMEI The Hostel I L 0stello II Abdon II Abdon XXV Huts XXV Tuguri XXXII Of Rama XXXII Rama XXXIV They Tarry XXXIV Indugiano XXXv11 A Sketch XXXVII BozzettoII THE WILDERNESS LA DESOLAZIONEXVI Night in Jericho XVI Notte a Gerico XVIII The Syrian Monk XVIII Il monaco siriano XXXV Prelusive XXXV Preludendo XXXVI Sodom XXXVI Sodoma XXXVIII The Fog XXXVIII La nebbiaIV BETHLEHEM BETLEMMEX A Monument X Un monumento XX Derwent and Unga INDICEPrefazioneCLARELI JERUSALEM GERUSALEMMEI The Hostel I L 0stello II Abdon II Abdon XXV Huts XXV Tuguri XXXII Of Rama XXXII Rama XXXIV They Tarry XXXIV Indugiano XXXv11 A Sketch XXXVII BozzettoII THE WILDERNESS LA DESOLAZIONEXVI Night in Jericho XVI Notte a Gerico XVIII The Syrian Monk XVIII Il monaco siriano XXXV Prelusive XXXV Preludendo XXXVI Sodom XXXVI Sodoma XXXVIII The Fog XXXVIII La nebbiaIV BETHLEHEM BETLEMMEX A Monument X Un monumento XX Derwent and Ungar XX Derwent e Ungar XXI Ungar...


  7. says:

    Probably not worth the 500 plus pages of tetrameter but bold and intellectually severe at times.


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Clarel Melville S Long Poem Clarel A Poem And Pilgrimage In The Holy Land 1876 Was The Last Full Length Book He Published Until The Mid Twentieth Century Even The Most Partisan Of Melville S Advocates Hesitated To Endure A Four Part Poem Of 150 Cantos And Almost 18,000 Lines About A Naive American Named Clarel, On Pilgrimage Through The Palestinian Ruins With A Provocative Cluster Of Companions But Modern Critics Have Found Clarel A Much Better Poem Than Was Ever Realized Robert Penn Warren Called It A Precursor Of The Waste Land It Abounds With Revelations Of Melville S Inner Life Most Strikingly, It Is Argued That The Character Vine Is A Portrait Of Melville S Friend Nathaniel Hawthorne Clarel Is One Of The Most Complex Theological Explorations Of Faith And Doubt In All Of American Literature, And This Edition Brings Melville S Poem To New Life.

  • Paperback
  • 499 pages
  • Clarel
  • Herman Melville
  • English
  • 13 October 2017
  • 0810125404

About the Author: Herman Melville

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