[ US /ˈmɛɫvɪɫ/ ]
  1. United States writer of novels and short stories (1819-1891)
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  • Guess you've heard by now that Jackson showed up to his child molestation trial wearing his pajamas, apparently, down in the back, while Judge Rodney Melville threatened to have his bond forfeited -- in other words, land him in jail and Jackson miraculously was healed and showed up. CNN Transcript Mar 10, 2005
  • Jean-Pierre Melville, né Grumbach, took his name from his favourite author.
  • Te coniuro et retineo cum formulae abraxas he te teth noguroth pesh et cum nominibus klarkash-ton petrestraub klyvabarker et chynnna'melville! Calls For Cthulhu - Episode 1
  • Melville wore a Stetson and drank Coca-Cola.
  • In his poem "Shiloh" (the first massive battle of the Civil War with almost 24,000 casualties), Herman Melville writes "What like a bullet can undeceive". Unarmed, This Time
  • Melville has combined these basic elements together very conveniently with the literary device of Ishmael, the narrator.
  • Categories: alan catlin nancy caldwell sorel | herman melville & nathaniel hawthorne January « 2010 « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground
  • She glared at Miss Melville as if she were Circe and Salome rolled into one. MISS MELVILLE REGRETS
  • Formerly Melville had been an ardent democrat.
  • Thus, it is no surprise there are frequent references to Milton in Melville's fiction.
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