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There is 212,758 words in Moby Dick.
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The whale wins. All die but Ishmael who does not drown by floating on Queequeg's coffin.
chapter 41 bruu
There are 120 pages in the classic novel in 2009.
The conflict as I see in it are the devils and the demons that plague his revenge against the whale and his conscience to save his crew. Metaphorically I believe he toils with… his self confidence/arrogance and motivation to succeed at all costs. The win, win situation. A masterpiece.
Yes. Ahab throws a harpoon into Moby Dick but a coil of rope attached to the harpoon catches his neck and he is subsequently drowned. The Pequod is destroyed along with al…l the crew except Ishmael, who is rescued by a ship previously encountered on the voyage, the Rachael.
The setting of the book Moby Dick is Manhattan to New Bedford then Nantucket in Massachusetts. After setting sail from Nantucket, the Pequod travels across the atlantic, a…round the Cape of Good Hope, across the Indian Ocean, and through the Southeast Asian Islands until it reaches the Pacific, where the novel ends. After setting sail, the ship never touches land, although Ishmael does describe some of his experiences off the baot.
Father Mapple's pulpit is that of a ship's prow .
I have not exactly read the book but from the description yes, destroying huge ships killing people I would regard him as extremly dangerous.
His penis was the biggest every recorded bigger than OBAMAS
Queequeg is Ishmael's friend. He is from a royal family on a canibal island. He is the best harpooneer and carriers it every where with him. He also worships the black wooden …doll.
no he was never captured