Ishmael puts one of these out in a newspaper, seeking a pupil. The narrator responding to this is how he and the gorilla meet.
This is where Ishmael lived when he was called Goliath. He had been bought from a zoo, and turned into an attraction. It was here that Walter Sokolow found Goliath, and told him that he was not Goliath, which was the start of Ishmael’s education.
This is where Ishmael is taken by Walter Sokolow after Sokolow buys him from the menagerie. This is where Walter Sokolow teaches Ishmael about captivity.
This is an account of how the world came to be the way it is, and Ishmael inquires into the particulars of the narrator’s version of this in order to expose the bias and limitations of the story.
This is the legendary...
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