Herman Melville

290 books

American Antislavery Writings: Colonial Beginnings to Emancipation

Mary B. Harlan, Sarah Grimké, Charles Pinckney Sumner, Lydia Adams, Annie Parker, Prince Hall, Henry David Thoreau, Elhanan Winchester, Harry Thomas, Jonathan Edwards, St. George Tucker, John Hepburn, Elihu Coleman, William Wells Brown, George L. Aiken, Boyrereau Brinch, John T. Trowbridge, Horace Greeley, Solomon Northup, Harriet Tubman, Henry “Box” Brown, Robert Pleasants, Prince Saunders, Martin R. Delany, Noah Webster, Elizur Wright Jr., George Moses Horton, Gerret Hendricks, Mary Hayden Green Pike, Harriet Ann Jacobs, Elizabeth Margaret Chandler, Theodore Dwight Weld, Charles Ball, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, John Woolman, Gerrit Smith, Joel Barlow, Josiah Henson, Frederick Douglass, James G. Basker, Angelina Emily Grimké, Lewis Garrard Clarke, John Brown, John Neal, Susanna Rowson, Samuel Hopkins, Anthony Benezet, Adam Carman, Boston King, Jane Dunlap, Isabella Oliver, Phyllis Wheatley, Benjamin Rush, John Pierpont, Horace Mann, William Ellery Channing, James McCune Smith, Benjamin Lay, Mary Townsend, Henry Ward Beecher, Arthur Lee, Louisa May Alcott, Thomas Branagan, Benjamin Banneker, Lemuel Haynes, Robert Voorhis, Rufus King, Lyman Trumbull, Joseph Evans Snodgrass, Jermain Wesley Loguen, Caroline Healey Dall, M.L. Gardner, Peter Clemmons Sr., John Greenleaf Whittier, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Patrick Henry, Olaudah Equiano, Peter Williams Jr., Austin Steward, Thomas Paine, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Daniel Henshaw, Ezra Stiles, Jeremiah Gloucester, David Walker, Henry Highland Garnet, George Keith, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Sojourner Truth, John Trumbull, George Bourne, William Lloyd Garrison, Jairus Lincoln, Hannah Townsend, Harriet Winslow, John Jay, David Cooper, George Washington, Joseph Sansom, Herman Melville, Edmund Quincy, William Hamilton, Lucretia Mott, George W. Clark, Jupiter Hammon, James Russell Lowell, Harriet Hamline Bigelow, Walt Whitman, Lydia Maria Francis Child, James Williams, James Gillespie Birney, William H. Seward, Martha Griffith Browne, Maria Weston Chapman, J.M. Eells, Abraham Lincoln, Emily Dickinson, David Humphreys, L.H. Sigourney, Samuel Sewall, Henry Bibb, Margaret Lucy Shands Bailey, James Forten, Wendell Phillips, William Cullen Bryant, Lunsford Lane, Timothy Dwight, Eliza Lee Follen, Absalom Jones, Thomas Mayne Reid, Philip Freneau, Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock Jones, Sarah Wentworth Apthorp Morton, Benjamin Franklin, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Julia Ward Howe, Ann Evans, Moses Roper, John Quincy Adams

nonfiction essays history
adventurous dark slow-paced

848 pages | first published 2012

Bartleby and Benito Cereno

Herman Melville, Stanley Appelbaum

fiction classics short stories
challenging reflective slow-paced

104 pages | first published 1855

Bartleby the Scrivener

Herman Melville

fiction classics short stories
challenging reflective slow-paced

80 pages

Battle-Pieces and Aspects of the War: Civil War Poems

James M. McPherson, Herman Melville, Helen Vendler

nonfiction poetry
challenging informative reflective slow-paced

356 pages | first published 1866

Benito Cereno

Herman Melville, Wyn Kelley

fiction classics short stories
reflective slow-paced

160 pages | first published 1855

Benito Cereno, Bartleby: The Scrivener, and The Encantadas

Herman Melville

fiction classics short stories
challenging reflective slow-paced

112 pages | first published 1855

Billy Budd and Other Stories

Frederick Busch, Herman Melville

fiction classics short stories
challenging reflective slow-paced

416 pages | first published 1853