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Nina Baym, NOVELS, READERS, AND REVIEWERS, Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 1984, 287 pages

Melville's late works were particularly subject to negative stylistic assessment on there grounds, and in my view it was much more likely his style than his subject or morality that hurt him with the public in the instances of both Mardi and Pierre.

p. 132. 

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