Moby Dick, or, The Whale - Herman Melville

Moby Dick, or, The Whale

By Herman Melville

  • Release Date: 1891-09-28
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
  • Size: 616.34 KB
Score: 4
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The voyage of the whaling ship Pequod, commanded by Captain Ahab, who leads his crew on a hunt for the great whale Moby Dick, reveals a profound meditation on society, nature, and the human struggle for meaning, happiness, and salvation. Often considered the epitome of American Romanticism, the novel is now considered one of the greatest novels in the English language.


  • Good!

    By bwp111
  • The best novel ever written

    By Joe Fams
    Read it a few times.
  • The whale

    By fivecows
    Melvilles prose is so beautiful, it counters the ugly behavior of humans perfectly
  • good

    By MyNameIsJamesLolOkBye
    i likrcweafkws wal s
  • Moby Dick

    By Katndanny6580
    Read this in sixth grade for fun. Recently watched In the Heart of the Sea and decided I needed to reread it. Loved it just as much this time as the first time.
  • The American Whaling Odyssey

    By Cochrane 628
    This is the perfect example of an American Odyssey: admiring the beauty, magesty and divine power of the whale, only to kill it in the most gruesome, slow and cruel way, in order to light our reading nights.
  • Review

    By Fleshch
    I gave it four stars because it was amazing though it was not easy to read it
  • A ocean of time has passed

    By Chris24eyeknown
    I was assigned this book as a eighth grade student for summer vacation. It felt like a prison sentence. Found the cliff notes and forgot about it until this night. Winters storm, a north easter, crippled the power grid and with some fire light I gave Melville another shot. The second time around was captivating.
  • Moby Dick

    By Bob Catt
    I re read Moby Dick because I recently read In The Heart Of The Sea and The Wreck Of The Whaleship Essex. Both books were very interesting and I wanted to learn more about the whaleing lifestyle back then. Moby Dick is obviously fiction but Melville described every minute detail of the business…from the construction and rigging of the whaleboats to the technique of hunting and killing a sperm whale using a few flimsy boats manned by only 6 men each. I really did feel like I was there. I probably should have had a dictionary at my side the whole time, but didn’t. It did get a little long through the middle,admittadly. I dont really know about the good and evil stuff;thats not why I read it. Melville is a master at describing scenes and drama. I recommend reading it.
  • Moby Doom

    By Fanci Flight
    Ok, I've read many classics in my life and liked some, reveled in some, and loathed a few. I'm afraid this one falls into the third category. Yes, there are great lines in the book. Yes, it is Herman Melville's magnum opus. Yes, I am probably a philistine for my opinion. I don't care. I still loathed it. The story of one mans obsessive need to destroy the creature that bit his leg off was, to me, full of "sound and fury, signifying nothing". Read it because you should. Enjoy it if you like. Suffer through it, so I'm not alone in my pain. If I lived near New York, I would scrawl rude words on old Hermans' headstone. It's a classic. With one of the best lines ever written, "From hells' heart, I stab at thee, for hates sake, I spit my last breath at thee..", Herman harpoons the reader. Unfortunately, I had to read almost two thousand pages to get to that line and, in the end, come to grips with the fact it was screamed at a whale. Really, Herman???