Moby Dick Harpooners
- Ian McGuire's The North Water is "harpoon porn"
- Ian McGuire's The North Water is a novel that swims in the wake of a much bigger, greater novel and when you learn that the book's subject is 19th century whaling, you will immediately know that the greater novel is Moby-Dick.
- Justine Ives draws on 'Moby-Dick' for Provincetown marathon reading
- Ives's background in comics helped her create harrowing images of “Moby-Dick,” some of which recall the work of Ralph Steadman, who illustrated books for Hunter S. Thompson and Roald Dahl. The harpooners have a sinister look about them, as does ...
- The North Water by Ian McGuire review – a voyage into the heart of darknesss
- Henry Drax, a harpooner, has signed on for a six-month voyage on a Greenland whaler, the Volunteer, which is presently being trimmed and packed in harbour. Drax is a brute, a vacuum into which men and boys are sucked and do not emerge ...
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- Newly arrived in Nantucket, he finds a friend in Polynesian harpooner Queequeg. They choose to tie their fortunes to the whaling ship Pequod.
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