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020 _a9781853260087
040 _aKIS International School
082 _bF MEL
100 _aMelville, Herman
245 _aMoby Dick
250 _bPaperback
260 _a[Place of publication not identified]:
_b Wordsworth Classics;
_c2002
300 _a492 p. :
_c20 cm.
520 _aWidely considered one of the great American novels, Herman Melville’s masterpiece went largely unread during his lifetime and was out of print at the time of his death in 1891. Called the greatest book about the sea ever written by D.H. Lawrence, Moby Dick features detailed descriptions of whale hunting and whale oil extraction as well as beautiful, incisive writing on race, class, religion, art, and society. The story, loosely based on a real whaling shipwreck, features the unforgettable, vengeful Captain Ahab, who obsessively hunts a great white whale who bit his leg off below the knee.
650 _aWhales -- Fiction.
650 _aSea stories.
700 _aHerman Melville
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_cHSFIC
999 _c42371
_d42371