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You can read the whole book or just skip to the last part for the happy ending.
Melville senses the sun and stars are part of his story, and equally so the bones and guts of a whale, so he makes them characters.
I highly recommend this book for anyone who enjoys a good read, whether a classic buff or not.
Not me: I am not reviewing Moby Dick. Its one of the greatest American books ever. Up there with Huckleberry FinnPublished 1 day ago by Fred T. Isquith
I bought this book to use in an adult learning class. It is a master work, but very difficult to read unless you are in a class where it can be discussed. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Seeker of Knowledge
Norton critical editions are the best way to enjoy a classic. Not only do these books tend to have the best version of a given text but they also have excellent footnotes for... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Evan B.
Referring to the Audio Book read by Anthony Heald.
I simply could not continue listening. The affectations in Mr. Read more
I had never read Moby-Dick before I was 33 years old. I knew about the generalities of the story through references only: the monomania for Captain Ahab and the same that kills... Read morePublished 18 days ago by 2theD
This novel is one of my all time favorites. Melville's layered style coupled w this version's descriptive footnotes made this well known whaling tale highly enjoyable.Published 29 days ago by Dusty Billings