Works of Herman Melville: (100+ Works) Includes Moby Dick, Omoo, Billy Budd, Sailor, The Piazza Tales and more

Works of Herman Melville: (100+ Works) Includes Moby Dick, Omoo, Billy Budd, Sailor, The Piazza Tales and more

by Herman Melville
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Works of Herman Melville: (100+ Works) Includes Moby Dick, Omoo, Billy Budd, Sailor, The Piazza Tales and more 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
Jaime_Neiman More than 1 year ago
This edition of Melville's works is, I think, the best... certainly a real bargain at this price. It really does have over 100 Melville's works, not just the better known ones. It is excellently formatted and very easy to navigate. This ebook is worth buying if only for the masterpiece that is Bartleby the Scrivener. All in all, an impressive collection of this wonderful author and a great addition to my NOOK Library.
MsUnruly More than 1 year ago
Buy this ONLY if you have a Nook COLOR. It is a pain to navigate on the tiny touch screen at the bottom of the Nook Classic. the TOC looks like it is written as a web page! you need to be able to find a book/chapter directly by tapping it or with a mouse on a PC. the scroll through works badly on my little navigator.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was excited to find an ebook containing so much of Melville's work in one place so I wouldn't need to track the works down individually. However, I guess you get what you pay for. This ebook is pretty messed up. At least one of the works appears to be missing, as "Bartleby" is duplicated under the second content heading. The formatting of the poetry, while legible, is odd. Navigation would be tricky due to the absence of sub-contents for each of the main content sections (such as navigable chapters for Moby Dick), but this is ultimately a moot point, since it doesn't work anyway. When the pages aren't freezing or skipping, they take up to ten seconds to turn to the next one. None of my other books do this, and I've archived/unarchived it a few times, rebooted, etc., so I don't think it's simply a problem with my device or a corrupted copy. I don't know if B&N offers refunds for these things, but if not, at least I'm only out $3.
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