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Moby-Dick, Volume 10 (Graphic Classics #10)

Herman Melville


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Other Editions of This Title:
Digital Audiobook (7/25/2016)
Digital Audiobook (6/15/2005)
Digital Audiobook (3/28/2010)
Digital Audiobook (1/26/2009)
Paperback (4/30/2016)
Paperback (5/11/2015)
Paperback (11/2/2015)
Paperback (8/8/2019)
Paperback (9/6/2018)
Paperback, Spanish (7/21/2020)
Paperback, Spanish (7/21/2020)
Paperback, Spanish (7/21/2020)
Paperback, Spanish (7/21/2020)
Paperback, Spanish (7/21/2020)
Paperback (8/10/2015)
Paperback (6/24/2020)
Paperback (8/6/2019)


Enjoy Melville's classic novel of revenge in a colorful graphic edition. Abridged for fast-paced reading, this book features illustrations that vividly tell the tale.

Ishmael's adventure on a whaling ship turns into a nightmare as they relentlessly chase the monster whale who once maimed their captain. Hell-bent on revenge and blindly obsessed, Captain Ahab is willing to risk everything . . . even his own and his crew's lives.

Sterling Children's Books, 9781454939788, 64pp.

Publication Date: August 4, 2020

About the Author

Herman Melville (1819-91) is the author of the novel Moby Dick, which was a commercial failure during his lifetime but is now considered a classic. Born in New York City, Melville enjoyed some years as a successful writer following the publication of his first book Typee in 1896. He produced a number of travelogues and nautical works, inspired by his earlier experience as a sailor. During his later years, however, his work fell out of favour and he became largely forgotten until the 1910s and 20s saw a revival of his work. Judith John (glossary) is a writer and editor specializing in literature and history. A former secondary school English Language and Literature teacher, she has subsequently worked as an editor on major educational projects, including English A: Literature for the Pearson International Baccalaureate series. Judith's major research interests include Romantic and Gothic literature, and Renaissance drama.