1. Rumors spread that Moby Dick was ubiquitous and immortal. 2. He was known to turn around suddenly and attack. 3. Ahab attacked Moby Dick with only a small knife. 4. Moby Dick
Aside from those more obvious considerations touching Moby Dick, which could not but occasionally awaken in any mans soul some alarm, there was another thought, or rather vague, nameless horror concerning him, which at times by its intensity completely overpowered all the rest; and yet so mystical and well nigh ineffable was it, that I
The novel returns in this chapter to Ishmaels firstperson account of the voyage of the Pequod. ; Ishmael tells us that he, like the rest of the crew, is totally ready to jump on the bandwagon.