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Moby Dick
Herman Melville
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Moby Dick
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Captain Ahab, having lost his leg to the white whale Moby Dick, travels the world on a quest for vengeance.

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Moby Dick
I: Loomings
II: The Carpetbag
III: The Spouter-Inn
IV: The Counterpane
V: Breakfast
VI: The Street
VII: The Chapel
VIII: The Pulpit
IX: The Sermon
X: A Bosom Friend
XI: Nightgown
XII: Biographical
XIII: Wheelbarrow
XIV: Nantucket
XV: Chowder
XVI: The Ship
XVII: The Ramadan
XVIII: His Mark
XIX: The Prophet
XX: All Astir
XXI: Going Aboard
XXII: Merry Christmas
XXIII: The Lee Shore
XXIV: The Advocate
XXV: Postscript
XXVI: Knights and Squires
XXVII: Knights and Squires
XXVIII: Ahab
XXIX: Enter Ahab; To Him, Stubb
XXX: The Pipe
XXXI: Queen Mab
XXXII: Cetology
XXXIII: The Specksnyder
XXXIV: The Cabin-Table
XXXV: The Masthead
XXXVI: The Quarterdeck
XXXVII: Sunset
XXXVIII: Dusk
XXXIX: First Night-Watch
XL: Midnight, Forecastle
XLI: Moby Dick
XLII: The Whiteness of the Whale
XLIII: Hark!
XLIV: The Chart
XLV: The Affidavit
XLVI: Surmises
XLVII: The Mat-Maker
XLVIII: The First Lowering
XLIX: The Hyena
L: Ahab’s Boat and Crew. Fedallah
LI: The Spirit-Spout
LII: The Albatross
LIII: The Gam
LIV: The Town-Ho’s Story
LV: Of the Monstrous Pictures of Whales
LVI: Of the Less Erroneous Pictures of Whales, and the True Pictures of Whaling Scenes
LVII: Of Whales in Paint; in Teeth; in Wood; in Sheet-Iron; in Stone; in Mountains; in Stars
LVIII: Brit
LIX: Squid
LX: The Line
LXI: Stubb Kills a Whale
LXII: The Dart
LXIII: The Crotch
LXIV: Stubb’s Supper
LXV: The Whale as a Dish
LXVI: The Shark Massacre
LXVII: Cutting In
LXVIII: The Blanket
LXIX: The Funeral
LXX: The Sphynx
LXXI: The Jeroboam’s Story
LXXII: The Monkey-Rope
LXXIII: Stubb and Flask Kill a Right Whale; and Then Have a Talk Over Him
LXXIV: The Sperm Whale’s Head—Contrasted View
LXXV: The Right Whale’s Head—Contrasted View
LXXVI: The Battering-Ram
LXXVII: The Great Heidelburgh Tun
LXXVIII: Cistern and Buckets
LXXIX: The Prairie
LXXX: The Nut
LXXXI: The Pequod Meets the Virgin
LXXXII: The Honor and Glory of Whaling
LXXXIII: Jonah Historically Regarded
LXXXIV: Pitchpoling
LXXXV: The Fountain
LXXXVI: The Tail
LXXXVII: The Grand Armada
LXXXVIII: Schools and Schoolmasters
LXXXIX: Fast-Fish and Loose-Fish
XC: Heads or Tails
XCI: The Pequod Meets the Rose-Bud
XCII: Ambergris
XCIII: The Castaway
XCIV: A Squeeze of the Hand
XCV: The Cassock
XCVI: The Try-Works
XCVII: The Lamp
XCVIII: Stowing Down and Clearing Up
XCIX: The Doubloon
C: Leg and Arm
CI: The Decanter
CII: A Bower in the Arsacides
CIII: Measurement of the Whale’s Skeleton
CIV: The Fossil Whale
CV: Does the Whale’s Magnitude Diminish?—Will He Perish?
CVI: Ahab’s Leg
CVII: The Carpenter
CVIII: Ahab and the Carpenter
CIX: Ahab and Starbuck in the Cabin
CX: Queequeg in His Coffin
CXI: The Pacific
CXII: The Blacksmith
CXIII: The Forge
CXIV: The Gilder
CXV: The Pequod Meets the Bachelor
CXVI: The Dying Whale
CXVII: The Whale Watch
CXVIII: The Quadrant
CXIX: The Candles
CXX: The Deck Towards the End of the First Night Watch
CXXI: Midnight.—The Forecastle Bulwarks
CXXII: Midnight Aloft.—Thunder and Lightning
CXXIII: The Musket
CXXIV: The Needle
CXXV: The Log and Line
CXXVI: The Life-Buoy
CXXVII: The Deck
CXXVIII: The Pequod Meets the Rachel
CXXIX: The Cabin
CXXX: The Hat
CXXXI: The Pequod Meets the Delight
CXXXII: The Symphony
CXXXIII: The Chase—First Day
CXXXIV: The Chase—Second Day
CXXXV: The Chase—Third Day
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