by Thomas Klise
SKU: DV-TK16724
Sold out

Herman Melville had almost completed a ‰ÛÏromance about the whaling industry‰۝ when he met a man named Hawthorne whose literary theories greatly influenced him. When Melville returned to his whaling yarn, he did so with the notion of creating a new kind of romantic hero. The result was Moby Dick. This unit explores Melville‰۪s career in American literature and such works as Moby Dick, Bartleby the Scrivener, and Billy Budd. The DVD includes a printable teacher guide featuring reproducible handouts, activities, exercises, vocabulary words, and other related materials. 22 minutes. Recommended for grades 7-12.