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鈥業t does, indeed,鈥 burst forth my companion, overjoyed at my verification of his theory, 鈥榠t does indeed; why, it is as plain as a pike-staff. Let us proceed at once; come, throw away all those stupid ideas about the Typees, and hurrah for the lovely valley of the Happars.鈥.
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One day, on drawing near to the Ti, I observed that extensive preparations were going forward, plainly betokening some approaching festival. Some of the symptoms reminded me of the stir produced among the scullions of a large hotel, where a grand jubilee dinner is about to be given. The natives were hurrying about hither and thither, engaged in various duties, some lugging off to the stream enormous hollow bamboos, for the purpose of filling them with water; others chasing furious-looking hogs through the bushes, in their endeavours to capture them; and numbers employed in kneading great mountains of poee-poee heaped up in huge wooden vessels..
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Mr. Melville鈥檚 pen had rested for nearly ten years, when it was again taken up to celebrate the events of the Civil War. 鈥楤attle Pieces and Aspects of the War鈥 appeared in 1866. Most of these poems originated, according to the author, in an impulse imparted by the fall of Richmond; but they have as subjects all the chief incidents of the struggle. The best of them are 鈥楾he Stone Fleet,鈥 鈥業n the Prison Pen,鈥 鈥楾he College Colonel,鈥 鈥楾he March to the Sea,鈥 鈥楻unning the Batteries,鈥 and 鈥楽heridan at Cedar Creek.鈥 Some of these had a wide circulation in the press, and were preserved in various anthologies. 鈥楥larel, a Poem and Pilgrimage in the Holy Land鈥 (1876), is a long mystical poem requiring, as some one has said, a dictionary, a cyclopaedia, and a copy of the Bible for its elucidation. In the two privately printed volumes, the arrangement of which occupied Mr. Melville during his last illness, there are several fine lyrics. The titles of these books are, 鈥楯ohn Marr and Other Sailors鈥 (1888), and 鈥楾imoleon鈥 (1891).
One day, on drawing near to the Ti, I observed that extensive preparations were going forward, plainly betokening some approaching festival. Some of the symptoms reminded me of the stir produced among the scullions of a large hotel, where a grand jubilee dinner is about to be given. The natives were hurrying about hither and thither, engaged in various duties, some lugging off to the stream enormous hollow bamboos, for the purpose of filling them with water; others chasing furious-looking hogs through the bushes, in their endeavours to capture them; and numbers employed in kneading great mountains of poee-poee heaped up in huge wooden vessels.
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