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In October 1849, Redburn was published by Bentley in London, and in November by Harper in New York. The bankruptcy and death of Allan Melvill, and Melville’s own youthful humiliations surface in this “story of outward adaptation and inner impairment”. Biographer Robertson-Lorant regards the work as a deliberate attempt for popular appeal: “Melville modeled each episode almost systematically on every genre that was popular with some group of antebellum readers,” combining elements of “the picaresque novel, the travelogue, the nautical adventure, the sentimental novel, the sensational French romance, the gothic thriller, temperance tracts, urban reform literature, and the English pastoral”. His next novel, White-Jacket, was published by Bentley in London in January 1850, and in March by Harper in New York

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