3 Classic Tales Bibliography

Three Classic Tales of the Sea: Cumulative :Bibliography
The following references have been mentioned during this series
Margaret Atwood, Hag-Seed: The Tempest Retold, London, Vintage, 2016
(Part of the Hogarth Shakespeare.)
Henry Beston, The Outermost House, New York, Ballantyne Books, 1971
Joseph Campbell, Hero With a Thousand Faces, Princeton,Princeton
University Press, 1949
Rachel Carson, The Sea Around Us , London, UK,Unicorn Publishing, 2014
C.P. Cavafy, Collected Poems, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1975
Owen Chase, Narrative of the Most Extraordinary and Distressing Shipwreck, of
the Whale-Ship Essex, of Nantucket…. New York, W.B.Gilley, 1821.
David Cope, Melville/Shakespeare, (https://cms.grcc.edu/sites/default/files/docs/
shakespeare/contemporary/melville_shakespeare.pdf)
Andrew Delbanco, Melville: His World and Work, New York, Knopf, 2005
Stephen Greenblatt, Will of the World: How Shakespeare became Shakespeare,
New York, WW Norton, 2004
Homer, The Odyssey, (Robert Fagles trans.), New York, Penguin Classics,
1996.
Homer, The Odyssey, (Richard Lattimore trans.) New York, Harper
Perennial, 1965
Miranda Kaufmann, Black Tudors, Oneworld
F.O. Matthiesson, American Renaissance, Oxford University Press, 1941
1Three Classic Tales of the Sea: Cumulative :Bibliography
Herman Melville, Moby-Dick, The Norton Critical Edition, New York, W.W.
Norton, 2002.
Daniel Mendelsohn, “An Odyssey” The New Yorker Magazine, April 24,
2017, p54ff
Adam Nicholson, “The Mighty Dead: Why Homer Matters”William Collins, 2014
Nathaniel Philbrick, In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex,
Penguin Books, 2000
Nathaniel Philbrick, Why Read Moby-Dick?, New York, Penguin Books, 2011
Stroknes,Morton, Shark Drunk, New York, Knoph, 2017.
Harry Thurston, The Atlantic Coast, A Natural History, Vancouver,
Greystone Books, 2011
William Shakespeare, The Tempest,The Riverside Shakespeare, Boston,
Houghton Mifflin, 1974
Robert Shandler, (ed.) Northrop Fry on Shakespeare, Fitzhenry and Whiteside,
1986
E.M.W. Tilliard, The Elizabethan World Picture, Penguin Books, 1943
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