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In CliffsNotes on Moby-Dick, you stick with alongside this nice American novel; the turbulent and adventurous tale of a sea captain's obsession with a white whale.

This learn consultant stocks a narrative approximately defiance, friendship, responsibility, and demise — all immersed in symbolism, reminiscent of the white whale, itself. you will achieve convenience with the darkish and complex plot as you progress via serious commentaries on all the novel's a hundred thirty five chapters. different beneficial properties that assist you work out this significant paintings include

  • Life and heritage of the writer, Herman Melville
  • Analyses of the characters
  • Introduction to the novel
  • A evaluation part that exams your wisdom and indicates essay topics
  • A chosen bibliography that leads you to extra nice resources

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