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Moby- Dick by Melville, Herman & Elizabeth Renker
Moby- Dick
by Melville, Herman & Elizabeth Renker
 
Moby-Dick is at once a thrilling adventure tale, a timeless allegory, and an epic saga of heroic determination and conflict. At its heart is the powerful, unknowable sea?and Captain Ahab, a brooding, one-legged fanatic who has sworn vengeance on the mammoth white whale that crippled him. Narrated by Ishmael, a wayfarer who joins the crew of Ahab’s whaling ship, this is the story of that hair-raising voyage, and of the men who embraced hardship and nameless horrors as they dared to challenge God’s most dreaded creation and death itself for a chance at immortality.
 
A novel that delves with astonishing vigor into the complex souls of men, Moby-Dick is an impassioned drama of the ultimate human struggle that the Atlantic Monthly called ?the greatest of American novels.”
 

With an Introduction by Elizabeth Renker and a New Afterword
 
Published July, 2013 by Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, Paperback, 624 Pages, ISBN: 9780451532282, ISBN-10: 0451532287, List Price $5.95.

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