Wegener, Larry E. Books

Dr. Wegener is a retired English professor at Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska. He received his doctorate in English from The University of Nebraska at Lincoln.

Concordance to Herman Melville's Bartleby, the Scrivener. A Story of Wall Street
2015 0-7734-4264-2
A valuable research tool in the continuing concordance set edited by the esteemed Dr. Wegener consisting of the Contextual Concordance and five appendices: "Capitalized Words and Phrases," "Hyphenated Words," "Deleted Words" with numeric contexts (257-A to 257-E), "Italicized Words," and "Numbers and Special Characters" with a Variant Reading List including Discussions of Adopted Readings, List of Emendations, Report of Line-End Hyphenation, and a List of Substantive Variants.

Concordance to Herman Melville's Benito Cereno
2008 0-7735-5444-6
This valuable research tool allows readers to better understand the richness of Melville’s work and explores the influence of Asian religion and mythology on his writing.

Concordance to Herman Melville's Clarel a Poem and Pilgrimage in the Holy Land Vol. I
1997 0-7734-8438-8
These volumes consist of the contextual concordance and five appendices: 'Capitalized Words and Phrases,' 'Hyphenated Words,' 'Deleted Words,' 'Possible Simile: as, like, so, than,' and 'Italicized Words,' with a Part-Canto-Line-Page Index, a List of Emendations, a list of Melville's annotated corrections to Clarel, the Forty-Five Satellite Poems of Clarel, and a Part-Canto reference for Character Presence (as Speaker or Spoken of). Since the Northwestern-Newberry edition reproduces the first edition published by Putnam in 1876 (the only authorative text of Clarel) and since Melville used the Putnam edition for his annotated corrections to the text, this was selected as the copy-text for this concordance.

Concordance to Herman Melville's Clarel a Poem and Pilgrimage in the Holy Land Volume II
1997 0-7734-8444-2
These volumes consist of the contextual concordance and five appendices: 'Capitalized Words and Phrases,' 'Hyphenated Words,' 'Deleted Words,' 'Possible Simile: as, like, so, than,' and 'Italicized Words,' with a Part-Canto-Line-Page Index, a List of Emendations, a list of Melville's annotated corrections to Clarel, the Forty-Five Satellite Poems of Clarel, and a Part-Canto reference for Character Presence (as Speaker or Spoken of). Since the Northwestern-Newberry edition reproduces the first edition published by Putnam in 1876 (the only authorative text of Clarel) and since Melville used the Putnam edition for his annotated corrections to the text, this was selected as the copy-text for this concordance.

Concordance to Herman Melville's Clarel a Poem and Pilgrimage in the Holy Land Volume III
1997 0-7734-8446-9
These volumes consist of the contextual concordance and five appendices: 'Capitalized Words and Phrases,' 'Hyphenated Words,' 'Deleted Words,' 'Possible Simile: as, like, so, than,' and 'Italicized Words,' with a Part-Canto-Line-Page Index, a List of Emendations, a list of Melville's annotated corrections to Clarel, the Forty-Five Satellite Poems of Clarel, and a Part-Canto reference for Character Presence (as Speaker or Spoken of). Since the Northwestern-Newberry edition reproduces the first edition published by Putnam in 1876 (the only authorative text of Clarel) and since Melville used the Putnam edition for his annotated corrections to the text, this was selected as the copy-text for this concordance.

Concordance to Herman Melville's Clarel a Poem and Pilgrimage in the Holy Land Volume IV
1997 0-7734-8448-5
These volumes consist of the contextual concordance and five appendices: 'Capitalized Words and Phrases,' 'Hyphenated Words,' 'Deleted Words,' 'Possible Simile: as, like, so, than,' and 'Italicized Words,' with a Part-Canto-Line-Page Index, a List of Emendations, a list of Melville's annotated corrections to Clarel, the Forty-Five Satellite Poems of Clarel, and a Part-Canto reference for Character Presence (as Speaker or Spoken of). Since the Northwestern-Newberry edition reproduces the first edition published by Putnam in 1876 (the only authorative text of Clarel) and since Melville used the Putnam edition for his annotated corrections to the text, this was selected as the copy-text for this concordance.