Reading Moby-Dick at 30,000 Feet
Reading <em>Moby-Dick</em> at 30,000 Feet Symbolism, Imagery, & Allegory
There’s more to a poem than meets the eye.
Our speaker has one heck of an imagination. And it makes for some really cool combinations of ideas in his description of his surroundings. That imagination could also be part of the reason for his...
So our speaker wants to feel things. We can tell he's pretty sensitive to his surroundings and to his own feelings; his problem is that the main things he's feeling right now are boredom and detach...
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