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The Enlightened and the Revolutionary in Melville’s Bartleby, the Scrivener Herman Melville, 19th century author of various short stories and novels, including Bartleby, the Scrivener, was born in the city of New York on August 1, 1819 (Hillway 29). Melville’s early years were one of familial prosperity from his father’s occupation and the close-knit nature of his family unit (Hillway 29-30). By the time he was 20, Herman was facing a bleak future without a steady job and lack of future career opportunities (Hillway 33). Most of his teenage years were spent seafaring as a whaler and then as a naval officer, both trying and backbreaking labors (Hillway 35-39). When he finally returned to his family home from seafaring, Herman told and retold
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This essay illustrates how and why ideas about the past were used by Irish nationalists between 1800 and 1915 to justify their political cause. In examples of political nationalism, the Catholic emancipation campaign, the repeal of the Act of Union, and Daniel O’Connell’s memorial at Glasnevin are analysed. Concerning cultural nationalism, the essay examines Thomas Davis and the Young Ireland movement, the Neolithic site of Newgrange, George Petrie, and finally, the language and literary revivals of the Gaelic League. In addition, these examples are demonstrated to be inventions of tradition conforming to Eric Hobsbawm’s three types of tradition. Known as the ‘the Liberator’, Daniel O’Connell (1775–1847) campaigned for Catholic emancipation,
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Black Walden: Slavery and Its Aftermath in Concord, Massachusetts by Elise Lemire was written to give account to the true story of Concord, Massachusetts in the pre and post-American Revolution period in regards to the lives of enslaved, and eventually, freed African-Americans. Born and raised in Lincoln, Massachusetts, Lemire believed that what she grew up learning about Lincoln giving “birth to the nation and the nation’s literature” was the full extent of the proud heritage that her town boasted. As Lemire grew older and moved away, she began to learn about the true heritage of her home state: slavery. She goes on to say, “I knew nothing about Concord’s slavery past until years later.” After discovering that there was more to Concord’s