Moby-Dick; or, The Whale est mythistoria ab Arminio Melville die 18 Octobris anno 1851 divulgata, quae more Romantismi putatur. Fabulam historiam enarrat magni Physeteri macrocephali albi, cuius nomen est titulus libri; navarchae quoque Ahab, qui hunc cetum adeo odit ut saeve eum delere velit; nautarum praeterea navis Pequod, quae maria hunc cetum quaerens metitur.

Pagina titularis editionis principis Moby-Dick.

Opus themata philosophiae sicut statum socialem, classem, existentiam Dei scribit. Nomina personarum sicut Ahab et Ismael ex Vetere Testamento carpta sunt.

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