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Analyze This, That and All of It!

Summary: Describes a particular scene that illustrates the main conflict in Herman Melville's "Moby Dick."
They say revenge is best served cold. Or is it? What about wet and cold in recognition of Capitan Ahab? As vengeance seems to be his only purpose after loosing his leg. In Herman Melville's Moby Dick, one man and his crusty crew explore the seven seas in search of an elusive white whale dubbed "Moby Dick." The protagonist of the novel is Ahab, the one-legged captain of the "Pequod." He is bound and determined to get revenge on Moby Dick, the antagonist, for biting off his leg. The climax occurs when Captain Ahab throws the first harpoon into Moby Dick, not phasing the creature. At that point, it's kind of obvious that Ahab won't kill the whale that way. It's this scene in particular that fuels the conflict along with Ahab`s hatred for the creature. It's the metaphor of the tale...

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