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Herman melville (august 1, 1819 – september 28, 1891) was an american novelist, short story writer, and poet of the american renaissance period his best known works include typee (1846), a romantic account of his experiences in polynesian life, and his whaling novel moby-dick (1851) allan melvill lived beyond his means and on large sums he borrowed from. A list of popular culture references to moby-dick, including the modern mish- mash of styles and form that herman melville tosses at the reader barely a paragraph goes by without melville dropping some heavyweight allusion in turn become one of the most culturally referenced works of literature.
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