In this famous American novel we follow Ishmael as he documents Captain Ahab’s obsessive pursuit of the infamous white whale, Moby Dick — a creature as mysterious as the depths of the sea.
Abajo hay algunos pasajes que hemos seleccionado para complementar este libro. Asegúrese de leer los resúmenes de los pasajes y nuestras sugerencias para uso instructivo.
In John Masefield’s poem “Sea Fever,” the speaker discusses his desire to return to the sea.
William Ernest Henley (1849-1903) was an English poet, critic, and editor. His best known poem is “Invictus,” published in 1875, which he wrote just following the amputation of his foot due to tuberculosis.
In “What Fear Can Teach Us,” Karen Thompson Walker discusses the effects that fear has on decision-making and invokes a true story about the sailors of the Essex to illustrate her argument.
In Walt Whitman’s poem “World Below the Brine,” the speaker explores the world under the sea.
In “The Most Dangerous Game,” a big game hunter falls off his yacht and is rescued by a mysterious general who claims to hunt only the most dangerous game.
Plato’s Allegory of the Cave is a piece of philosophy explaining the importance of knowledge in society and for the human soul.
This poem explores the mystery of life after death through descriptions of the peaceful depths of the ocean.