Moby Dick - Arcade Sunshine Media & Herman Melville

Moby Dick

By Arcade Sunshine Media & Herman Melville

  • Release Date: 2012-01-27
  • Genre: Classics
  • Size: 303.84 MB
Score: 4
From 13 Ratings

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This unique edition of Moby Dick features video interviews with some of the country's top Melville experts, interactive maps and graphics, and over fifty archival images and videos documenting the life of Herman Melville and his great American epic. Students can gain new insight into the book's most enduring themes, find inspiration for essay topics, and better understand the historical context of this often challenging masterpiece. Teachers can use the included media to structure lesson plans and spark conversations. Moby Dick: A Digital Odyssey is perfect for diehard fans and newcomers alike – and it's only available here, on the iBook Store.


  • Fresh take on a classic

    By Seakeener
    I really can't believe that this is available for 4 bucks. This was my 3rd attempt at Moby Dick (the first 2 failed during the "Cetalogical chapters"), and I found that the extra media really helped me paint mental images and made it really fun to read. I'd say it made the book much less intimidating and much more enjoyable. As it should be! I hope there are more classics done this way. War and Peace, anyone!?
  • Fantastic E-Book version of Moby Dick

    By dryblanket
    Normally I don't think the value of e-books is worth while. However this experience has changed my mind completely. The interactivity, added content, professional video and animation quality, and just plain fun of reading this new version of Moby Dick has finally forced me into the new digital age of e-books.
  • really rich

    By technojunki1178
    it's still a long read, but this ibook has some really interesting interviews with experts about who Melville was, what life was like for whalers during the time and lots of pretty prints and photographs. Totally worth the 4 bucks.