Clarel, a Poem and Pilgrimage in the Holy Land

By Herman Melville; Walter E. Bezanson | Go to book overview

CLAREL

A Poem
and
Pilgrimage in the Holy Land

By
HERMAN MELVILLE

In four parts
I.JerusalemIII.Mar Saba
II.The WildernessIV.Bethlehem

Edited by WALTER E. BEZANSON

HENDRICKS HOUSE
NEW YORK

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Preface i
  • Contents iii
  • Introduction ix
  • Melville's Dedication cxix
  • Melville's Note cxx
  • Part I: Jerusalem 1
  • I: The Hostel 3
  • II: Abdon 8
  • III: The Sepulcher 12
  • V: Clarel 17
  • VI: Tribes and Sects 18
  • VII: Beyond the Walls 24
  • VIII: The Votary 25
  • IX: Saint and Student 28
  • X: Rambles 32
  • XII: Celio 34
  • XIII: The Arch 37
  • XIV: In the Glen 41
  • XV: Under the Minaret 45
  • XVI: The Wall of Wail 49
  • XVII: Nathan 51
  • XVIII: Night 57
  • XIX: The Fulfillment 66
  • XX: Vale of Ashes 69
  • XXI: By-Places 70
  • XXII: Hermitage 74
  • XXIV: The Gibe 77
  • XXV: Huts 79
  • XXVI: The Gate of Zion 85
  • XXVIII: Tomb and Fountain 87
  • XXIX: The Recluse 90
  • XXX: The Site of the Passion 96
  • Xxxv Arculf and Adamnan 111
  • Xxxvi The Tower 114
  • Xxxvii A Sketch 117
  • Xxxviii The Sparrow 119
  • Xxxix Clarel and Ruth 123
  • Xl The Mounds 126
  • Xlii Tidings 128
  • Xliii A Procession 135
  • Part II- The Wilderness 139
  • II- The Skull-Cap 148
  • IV- Of Mortmain 149
  • V- Clarel and Glaucon 154
  • VIII- Rolfe and Derwent 162
  • IX- Through Adommin 165
  • X- A Halt 167
  • XI- Of Deserts 170
  • XII- The Banker 177
  • XIII- Flight of the Greeks 179
  • XIV- By Achor 181
  • XV- The Fountain 185
  • XVI- Night in Jericho 192
  • XVII- In Mid-Watch 196
  • XIX- An Apostate 197
  • XX- Under the Mountain 202
  • XXI- The Priest and Rolfe 208
  • XXIII- By the Jordan 216
  • Xxv The Dominican 221
  • Xxvi Of Rome 230
  • Xxviii The Fog 235
  • Xxix By the Marge 240
  • Xxx Of Petra 247
  • Xxxii The Encampment 249
  • Xxxiii Lot's Sea 252
  • Xxxiv Mortmain Reappears 255
  • Xxxv Prelusive 258
  • Xxxvi Sodom 262
  • Xxxviii The Sleep-Walker 265
  • Xxxix Obsequies 268
  • Part III- Mar Saba 275
  • II- The Carpenter 282
  • IV- The Cypriote 284
  • V- The High Desert 286
  • VI- Derwent 290
  • VII- Bell and Cairn 296
  • VIII- Tents of Kedar 301
  • IX- Of Monasteries 303
  • X- Before the Gate 308
  • XI- The Beaker 310
  • XII- The Timoneer's Story 313
  • XIII- Song and Recitative 321
  • XIV- The Revel Closed 326
  • XVII- A Chant 337
  • XVIII- The Minster 348
  • XX- Afterward 349
  • XXI- In Confidence 354
  • XXII- The Medallion 356
  • XXIII- Derwent with the Abbot 365
  • XXIV- Vault and Grotto 367
  • Xxv Derwent and the Lesbian 371
  • Xxvi Vine and the Palm 374
  • Xxvii Man and Bird 381
  • Xxix Rolfe and the Palm 386
  • Xxx The Celibate 389
  • Xxxi The Recoil 391
  • Xxxii Empty Stirrups 396
  • Part IV Bethlehem 401
  • III- The Island 408
  • IV- An Intruder 415
  • V- Of the Stranger 418
  • VI- Bethlehem 420
  • VII- At Table 425
  • VIII- The Pillow 427
  • IX- The Shepherds' Dale 430
  • X- A Monument 436
  • XII- Of Pope and Turk 443
  • XIV- Soldier and Monk 445
  • XV- Symphonies 456
  • XVII- A Transition 458
  • XVIII- The Hill-Side 464
  • XIX- A New-Comer 466
  • XX- Derwent and Ungar 476
  • XXII- Of Wickedness the Word 479
  • XXIII- Derwent and Rolfe 484
  • XXIV- Twilight 486
  • Xxv The Invitation 488
  • Xxvi The Prodigal 489
  • Xxvii By Parapet 491
  • Xxviii David's Well 500
  • Xxix The Night Ride 501
  • Xxx The Valley of Decision 506
  • Xxxi Dirge 510
  • Xxxii Passion Week 514
  • Xxxiii Easter 515
  • Xxxiv Via Crucis 518
  • Xxxv Epilogue 520
  • Appendices 525
  • The Characters: A Critical Index 529
  • Explanatory Notes 550
  • Textual Notes 644
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