Daggoo

Daggoo

African savage and crew member of the Pequod. [Am. Lit.: Moby Dick]
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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 and Fleece?