Moby Dick


 

Classic Text:

    The novel Moby Dick written by Herman Melville is considered a classical text for the connection reality and with those with the adventures of the sea. The novel also is known, as a classic text for its morality, for it teaches the lesson that taking revenge is not the only answer to a problem. It is considered a classic text for the text’s credibility of Melville’s descriptions of the crew and the sea.  For these characteristics, it is evident that the novel Moby Dick is rightfully classified as a classic text. 
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Summary:
    The classic novel Moby Dick, written by the Herman Melville, is based on the revenge of a whale during a whale hunting voyage. It is captain Ahab who commands for his crew to find and kill the great whale who ate one of his legs named Moby Dick. After many struggling days they found Moby Dick, which only brought them bad luck, for the  whole ship to an end. It was revenge towards Moby Dick that ended these crew’s lives and the greediness of the captain Ahab. 
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Author’s Biography:
    The classic novel Moby Dick was written by the American novelist Herman Melville. It is the same Herman that as an orphan, managed to get a great education and dedicate his life to his writings. Herman had great passion for the sea . As a teen he deceitfully joined the Marines which brought him the experience of past sea adventures, which indeed influenced Herman to have written the great novel of Moby Dick
                                  
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 Themetic Analysis

The novel Moby Dick, written by Herman Melville, contained three different themes throughout the book, which reached deep into the reader’s minds. The themes were friendship, obsession, and most importantly revenge. These universal themes created the great classic book based on the great adventures of the sea.

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 Published by Stacy Ochoa