Herman Melville

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VB&P, Audi Chase the White Whale in 'Ahab Redux' - Posted August 13, 2013
In 2012, a creative director fell into Herman Melville's 720-page trap and reimagined Ahab as a tow truck driver, madly chasing his white whale, an Audi Quattro. "Sometimes, I actually think it's mocking me," Ahab says in a gruff voice, anxiously twisting his thermos as he waits in the arctic tund... [GalleyCat]

My Favorite Breakup Book - Posted July 26, 2013
What book did you read while coping with a breakup? During one particularly lonely breakup years ago, I read Herman Melville's Moby Dick in an unhinged reading marathon. No one will ever include this book on a list of breakup books, but it is the perfect thing to read with a broken... [semanticweb.com]

5 Free Books That Inspired Barack Obama - Posted November 7, 2012
President Barack Obama has won the 2012 Presidential election. We've collected links to five free eBooks that inspired Obama during his road to the Presidency. In ... [semanticweb.com]

Free Herman Melville eBooks for Moby Dick Anniversary - Posted October 18, 2012
Google has created a Google Doodle (embedded in this post) to celebrate the 161st anniversary of Moby Dick, the great American novel by Herman Melville. If you want to read the book right now, ... [semanticweb.com]

Free eBook Flowchart - Posted August 15, 2012
What's your favorite kind of book? We've created a giant flowchart to help you browse the top 50 free eBooks at Project Gutenberg. Click the image above to see a larger version of the book map. Your choices range from Ch... [semanticweb.com]

Mark Haskell Smith: Kids Don't Read the Classics - Posted November 15, 2007
Over at GalleyCat , LA-based writer Mark Haskell Smith thinks that Bret Easton Ellis is in the same category as Herman Melville. Well, there's no accounting for taste, said the old lady when she kissed the cow. Smith's on strike, but he's b... [FishbowlLA]

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