The romantic struggle in Moby-Dick
Moby-Dick is definitely one of the greatest novels in the world.
"Moby-Dick" is also a philosophical novel.
Attempts to interpret the image of the whale.
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Font size: 10
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Department: Иностранной филологии
Number of notes: 1
Work uniqueness: 95% - Advego Plagiatus
Number of bibliography sources: 6
Moby-Dick is definitely one of the greatest novels in the world. It is a synthesis of all the ideological and dramatic experience of the American romantic prose. It is the epic story of the ship Pequod and its team.....