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PDF of full book http://www.planetpdf.com/ebookarticle.a ... k&gid=6148

Text files by chapter - http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/2701

HTM files by chapter http://www.gutenberg.org/files/2701/2701-h/2701-h.htm

Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moby-Dick



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Thanks for the links. This book should be ideal for those of us working with a limited budget.



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I took a quick peak to see if Moby Dick is on You Tube. I'll probably start watching when I am half way into the book.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IQnzGphG4o



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http://public.wsu.edu/~campbelld/amlit/melville.htm contains links for the following on Herman Melville (1819-1891)

    Selected Bibliography on Moby-Dick
    Reading Questions on Moby-Dick
    Discussion materials on the genres of Moby-Dick
    Contemporary views of Melville
    Try the Moby-Dick crossword puzzle.
    Melville Home Page.
    PowerMobyDick.com. This online edition includes contextually relevant definitions and a glossary; the notes (definitions) can be turned off, too.
    Moby-Dick. This online text version at Princeton has a search feature so that readers can find the occurrences of a particular word in the text.
    Melville Marginalia Online. From the site: "By combining the evidence of books owned and borrowed within a single updateable resource, the project's "Online Catalog of Books and Documents Owned, Borrowed and Consulted by Herman Melville" provides a fully searchable (and forever current) listing of the nearly 800 known titles connected to Melville and his immediate family members." The search feature is at http://www.boisestate.edu/melville/Poli ... meset.html .
    Christopher Benfey's article on Melville and Manjiro Nakahama is available (with illustrations) inCommon-place.
    MIT Open Courseware site paper topics on Moby-Dick
    Arrowhead, the home of Herman Melville
    Hawthorne and Melville
    The whaler Essex and Moby-Dick

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