Moby dick by herman melville chapter summary
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Moby-Dick: Study Guide | SparkNotes
As the novel opens, the narrator, a young man called Ishmael, expresses a yearning to lift his spirits with a sea voyage. Carrying only a change or two of clothing, he leaves his home in Manhattan and arrives in New Bedford, Massachusetts, on a cold Saturday night in December. From there, he hopes to catch a small boat to the historical port of Nantucket in order to sign on with a whaling ship. Unfortunately, there is no passage to Nantucket until Monday so he must find lodging that he can afford. He finally settles on the Spouter-Inn, Peter Coffin proprietor. The novel opens with one of the most famous first lines in American literature: "Call me Ishmael.
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Moby Dick Summary and Analysis of Chapters 1-20
The novel begins with the famous statement by the book's narrator: "Call me Ishmael. He does so because he may be paid and because it affords him wholesome exercise and pure sea air. The novel Moby Dick is one of the most ambitious in American literature, one which encompasses several genres and styles of writing. It is a travelogue, a character study and an allegory.
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