In his youth Daggoo
had voluntarily shipped on board of a whaler, lying in a lonely bay on his native coast.
With a long, weary hoist the jaw is dragged on board, as if it were an anchor; and when the proper time comes --some few days after the other work --Queequeg, Daggoo
, and Tashtego, being all accomplished dentists, are set to drawing teeth.
Deepening his own reading of Atufal, for example, Stuckey links Daggoo
, the African harpooner aboard the Pequod, with an Ashantee warrior in Dupuis who sings a song of death to suggest in turn that Atufal might be patterned after Daggoo
4] What roles do class and race play in Stubb's dining, in relation to his treatment of Daggoo