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Sea-Brothers: The Tradition of American Sea Fiction from
Moby-Dick to the Present (1988) with drawings by
"This study offers the most extensive analysis to
date of the sea and its meaning in American. Bender demonstrates the
continuity and vitality of American sea fiction, identifying a central vision
with the tradition and showing how particular authors draw from, transform,
and contribute to it." -- London Review of Books
Author argues that Darwin's theories of sexual selection
and of the emotions are essential elements in American fiction from the late
1800s through the 1950s, particularly during the Freudian era and the years
surrounding the Scopes trial.
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