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Hershel parker's 'melville' a whale of a biography writing the first volume of what has been called the definitive biography of herman melville involved a five-year paper chase for hershel parker, h fletcher brown professor of english at ud. Herman melville: a biography by hershel parker the first volume of hershel parker's definitive biography of herman melville—a finalist for the 1997 pulitzer prize—closed on a mid-november day in 1851. The first volume of hershel parker's definitive biography of herman melville—a finalist for the 1997 pulitzer prize—closed on a mid-november day in 1851 in the dining room of the little red inn in lenox, massachusetts, melville had just presented an inscribed copy of his new novel, moby-dick, to his intimate friend, nathaniel hawthorne, the man to whom the work was dedicated.