Pequod


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Pequod

ship in which Captain Ahab pursued the great white whale. [Am. Lit.: Melville Moby Dick]
See: Quest
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Um ponto fundamental do Pequod, que nos permite o entendimento de perspectivas como a foucaultiana, sao as passagens em que a consciencia do narrador e explicitamente atravessada pela memoria: "E o meu olhar a bater em cada um dos degraus da escada que levou o Dr.
Peleg interviews/interrogates Ishmael on the reasons he has for wishing to set sail onboard the Pequod.
por ejemplo, en la mencion al Pequod, al "doctor" Rulfo o a Del Pozo.
The story tells the adventures of a wandering sailor Ishmael, and his voyage on the whaleship Pequod, commanded by Captain Ahab.
Here the set--the ship Pequod was rendered both realistically through ropes and rigging and also with computergenerated projections.
Everyone on the Pequod is killed by the white whale except Ishmael, who survives to tell the story.
To Reiterate" was first published in the magazine Pequod in 1986, before Davis published her translation of Brisees.
Despite being a Quaker, Ahab has an unrelenting desire to kill the great whale Moby Dick and this obsession ultimately dooms the entire crew of the Pequod (except the novel's narrator, Ishmael) to death.
The following year, I published a translation of his selected essays, The Second Life of Art, with Dan Halpern at Ecco, and Mark Rudman invited me to edit an issue of Pequod devoted to Montale.
According to Howard Schultz's book 'Pour Your Heart Into It: How Starbucks Built a Company One Cup at a Time', Bowker suggested the name Pequod to his then-creative partner, Terry Heckler, the Daily Mail reports.
This was no peg-legged Ahab beating out a Morse code of rage on the deck of the Pequod.
It happens that after sailing through the brit, the Pequod sights a large white mass that it takes after, guessing that it might be the white whale.