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Moby-Dick is a whaling novel by Herman Melville. While some characters only appear in the shore-based chapters at the beginning of the book, and others are captains and crewmembers of other ships, the majority of the characters are crew members of the Pequod. The following is a list of the characters. Ahab is the tyrannical captain of the Pequod who is driven by a monomaniacal desire to kill Moby Dick, the whale that had maimed him off the coast of Japan during a previous whaling voyage. He's the main protagonist of the novel. Ishmael, the only surviving crewmember of the Pequod , is the narrator of the book, but not the main protagonist.
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Still frequently assigned reading in school, " Moby-Dick " is a polarizing novel for many reasons: Its huge vocabulary, usually requiring at least a few trips to your dictionary; its obsession with 19th-century whaling life, technology, and jargon; the variety of literary techniques used by Melville; and its thematic complexity. Another reason the book intimidates, of course, is the cast of characters, which includes the dozens of crew members of the Pequod, many of whom have a role in the plot and symbolic significance. Melville actually worked on whaling ships in his youth, and his depictions of life on board the Pequod and the men who worked under Ahab have the ring of complex truth. Ishmael, the narrator of the tale, actually has very little of an active role in the story. Still, everything we know about the hunt for Moby Dick comes to us through Ishmael, and the success or failure of the book centers on how we relate to his voice. Ishmael is a lush, intelligent narrator; he is observant and curious and wanders into lengthy examinations of subjects that interest him, including the technology and culture of whaling , philosophical and religious questions, and examinations of the people around him. In many ways, Ishmael is meant as a stand-in for the reader, a man who is initially confused and overwhelmed by his experience but who offers that very curiosity and studious attitude as a guide to survival.
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The Pequod: The Whaling Ship in Moby-Dick

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Dove-Rume Janine. Herman Melville. Noun — A social meeting of two or more Whale-ships, generally on a cruising-ground ; when, after exchanging hails, they exchange visits by boats' crews : the two captains for the time, on board of one ship, and the two chief mates on the other. In actual fact, none of the Pequod's meetings corresponds to the above definition facetiously laid down by the narrator in the. Deceit, mockery, bamboozling, humbugging, reticence, muteness and callousness get the better of the suppositious convivial exchange and mentioned above.
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