by Herman Melville (1819-1891)
"Moby-Dick" is an epic novel written by Herman Melville, published in 1851. The story centers around Captain Ahab, a vengeful and obsessed whaling captain, and his relentless pursuit of a giant white sperm whale named Moby Dick, who had taken his leg in a previous encounter. Narrated by Ishmael, a young sailor aboard Ahab's ship, the Pequod, the novel takes readers on a perilous and philosophical voyage into the heart of man's struggle with nature and destiny.
As the Pequod sails through the vast oceans in pursuit of Moby Dick, the crew members each grapple with their own hopes, fears, and inner conflicts. Melville uses the novel as a platform to explore themes of obsession, revenge, fate, and the human struggle against the unknown forces of nature.
"Moby-Dick" is celebrated for its complex characters, rich symbolism, and vivid descriptions of whaling and maritime life. The novel's blend of adventure, philosophy, and allegory has captivated readers and critics alike, solidifying its place as a masterpiece of American literature. Melville's exploration of the human psyche, as well as his poetic prose and profound meditations on the nature of existence, have made "Moby-Dick" a timeless and enduring work that continues to resonate with readers of all generations.
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