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"Married, 7 children, loves sports, history, and great literature"
Nov. 7, 2013
Moby Dick
Moby Dick is long, but not too long. Many of the passages are better read out loud than silent, as the character of the speech is sometimes lost without recitation. Overall I found it a bit uneven but still profound in its archetypes and its implications. The technical sections are so numerous and lengthy that it sometimes reads as non-fiction more than fiction. Best to think of it as a sort of dual selection; part fiction and part non-fiction.
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