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Jan 18, 2023

[Answer] 1. In a Herman Melville 1851 novel, Captain Ahab and Ishmael were sailing on their ship, the Pequod, to feud with a white sperm whale. What was the name of the white sperm whale that could not "work it out" with the crew of the Pequod?

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...1. Moby Dick 2. Willy 3. Shamu 4. Humphrey In Herman Melville's 1851 novel "Moby-Dick", Captain Ahab and Ishmael were sailing on their ship, the Pequod, to pursue the villainous white sperm whale Moby Dick. Captain Ahab's boat had earlier been destroyed, and his leg was bitten off, by the whale. Captain Ahab was hunting down Moby Dick to seek revenge.




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Moby Dick:


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