Moby-Dick - Chapters 93-98 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 93-98 Summary

Pip, the small black boy who plays the tambourine on the Pequod, finds himself taking a turn in one of the whaling boats because one of the regular crewmen sprained his hand. During the first whale chase, Pip jumps overboard when the whale bumps into the boat. He becomes entangled in the whaling ropes, which must be cut and the whale turned loose in order to free Pip. Stubb warns Pip that if he jumps out of the boat again, Stubb will leave him where he falls. As expected, Pip jumps overboard once again and is left by the whaling boat as it is pulled off by the whale. The other boats are busy with their own whales and do not see the boy in the ocean. Therefore, he is left to float in the ocean for quite awhile waiting to be rescued. When Pip...

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