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Across the Great Sea: Moby-Dick and the Problem of Suffering

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Having read Moby-Dick three times, I confess that I have read Moby-Dick three more times than your average twenty-something. Unusual though I may be, I am (mostly) unapologetic about my tastes for one simple reason: If Moby-Dick was written for anyone, it was written for the twenty-something. Don’t believe me? Open the pages of Melville’s… The post Across the Great Sea: Moby-Dick and the Problem of Suffering appeared first on VoegelinView.

Having read Moby-Dick three times, I confess that I have read Moby-Dick three more times than your average twenty-something. Unusual though I may be, I am (mostly) unapologetic about my tastes for one simple reason: If Moby-Dick was written for anyone, it was written for the twenty-something. Don’t believe me? Open the pages of Melville’s…

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