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Moby Dick

Moby Dick is written by Herman Melville. Moby Dick is novel written in America. Entitled Moby Dick or The Whale the book finally got its due after the author's death and is now regarded as a classic portrayal of mania and fatal obsession.
In the Novel, Ishmael, travels to New Bedford, Massachusetts, to find a place on a whaling ship. They reach Nantucket, the traditional center of whaling, where they find a berth on the Pequod, a bizarre vessel adorned with the skeletons and teeth of whales.
As the ship sails past Africa, Ahab's sinister motives begin to emerge. His agenda is to hunt and destroy a legendary whale named Moby Dick, whom he has unsuccessfully pursued several times.

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“Call me Ishmael” is one of the most famous opening lines in American literature.

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The Great American Novel, Moby Dick is unrivaled in its structure, language and style. Moby Dick has been adapted for stage, radio, screen, television, comics and graphic novels. It remains a strange and unforgettable classic which no reader should miss. Melville amalgamates a fabulous mix of Biblical, Shakespearean and mythical elements. Whaling stories from contemporary sources in Nantucket's local grapevine was another rich fountainhead of material.
  1. Chapter 000: Etymology and Extracts
  2. Chapter 001-002
  3. Chapter 003
  4. Chapter 004-007
  5. Chapter 008-009
  6. Chapter 010-012
  7. Chapter 013-015
  8. Chapter 016
  9. Chapter 017-021
  10. Chapter 022-025
  11. Chapter 026-027
  12. Chapter 028-031
  13. Chapter 032
  14. Chapter 033-035
  15. Chapter 036-040
  16. Chapter 041
  17. Chapter 042-044
  18. Chapter 045-047
  19. Chapter 048-050
  20. Chapter 051-053
  21. Chapter 054
  22. Chapter 055-058
  23. Chapter 059-063
  24. Chapter 064-067
  25. Chapter 068-071
  26. Chapter 072-073
  27. Chapter 074-077
  28. Chapter 078-080
  29. Chapter 081-082
  30. Chapter 083-086
  31. Chapter 087-088
  32. Chapter 089-091
  33. Chapter 092-096
  34. Chapter 097-100
  35. Chapter 101-104
  36. Chapter 105-108
  37. Chapter 109-113
  38. Chapter 114-118
  39. Chapter 119-123
  40. Chapter 124-127
  41. Chapter 128-132
  42. Chapter 133
  43. Chapter 134
  44. Chapter 135 and Epilogue
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