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It is dedicated to Nathaniel Hawthorne. When Moby Dick was first published, the public was unimpressed. It sold fewer than 4, copies in total, including fewer than in the United Kingdom. It was not until the midth century that the work was recognized as one of the most important novels in American literature. The whale Moby Dick has been interpreted as a metaphor for a great many things, from the Judeo-Christian God to atheism and everything in between. The ambiguity that Herman Melville built into his depiction of the whale makes Moby Dick capacious in its meaning.
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Pequod (Moby-Dick) - Wikipedia
Moby-Dick is a novel by Herman Melville. While some characters only appear in the shore-based chapters at the beginning of the book, and others are captains and crewmembers of other ships, the majority of the characters are crew members of the Pequod. The following is a list of the characters. Ahab is the tyrannical captain of the Pequod who is driven by a monomaniacal desire to kill Moby Dick, the whale that had maimed him off the coast of Japan during a previous whaling voyage. He's the main protagonist of the novel. Ishmael, the only surviving crewmember of the Pequod , is the narrator of the book, but not the main protagonist.
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The True-Life Horror That Inspired Moby-Dick
Captain Ahab , fictional character, a one-legged captain of the whaling vessel Pequod in the novel Moby Dick , by Herman Melville. From the time that his leg is bitten off by the huge white whale called Moby Dick, Captain Ahab monomaniacally pursues his elusive nemesis. Captain Ahab. Additional Info.
A few weeks after the welding of Ahab's harpoon, the Pequod meets a Nantucket ship called the Bachelor , a whaler filled with oil and headed home. The crew of the Bachelor "vaingloriously" celebrates its success, and the two captains briefly share their very different opinions. The episode with the Bachelor is one of the novel's most effective examples of the use of contrast and detail. The Bachelor contrasts with the Virgin Chapter 81 in that its crew and captain are experienced, skilled whalers who are at the end of a successful voyage. In addition to their abilities, they have been blessed with good luck and have filled the ship with oil while other vessels in the same seas, reminiscent of the Virgin when it was met, have sometimes gone for months without capturing a single whale.