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  • Moby-Dick; or, The Whale (1851) is a novel by Herman Melville, in which the sole survivor of a lost whaling ship relates the tale of his captain's self-destructive
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  • Story (redirect Tale)
    broadly defined, is one of four rhetorical modes of human discourse. See also: Fairy tales Alphabetized by author or source: A · B · C · D · E · F · G
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  • Dedication Seamen have a custom, when they meet a whale, to fling him out an empty tub by way of amusement, to divert him from laying violent hands
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  • consumes it whole; The hook was baited with a dragon's tale,— And then on rock he stood to bob for whale. Britannia Triumphans (1637; licensed Jan. 8
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  • in a little fancy, which from the nature of the thing, must be ungainly as the gambols of the whales themselves. Yet I mean to give the truth of the
    54 KB (7,928 words) - 14:17, 23 July 2015
  • Chuzzlewit (1843-44) A Christmas Carol (1843) David Copperfield (1849-1850) A Child's History of England (1852-1854) A Tale of Two Cities (1859)
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  • Pleasures of Hope, Part I, line 225. He is so little to be so large! Why, a train of cars, or a whale-back barge Couldn't carry the freight Of the monstrous
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  • Shark Tale is a 2004 computer animated film produced by DreamWorks Animation. It stars the voices of Will Smith, Angelina Jolie, Renée Zellweger, Jack
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  • Simpsons is a popular US animated television series on the Fox Network (December 17, 1989 - present) created by Matt Groening. It portrays the life of the Simpson
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  • the tale of our life For a sheltered people's mirth, In jesting guise—but ye are wise, And ye know what the jest is worth. Prelude Stanza 3. A fool
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  • Crowley is lower than whale shit. In another, he's as high as God's hat. The true shaman knows that God's hat is made out of dried whale shit." Philip José
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  • Crowley is lower than whale shit. In another, he's as high as God's hat. The true shaman knows that God's hat is made out of dried whale shit." "Farmer on
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  • read that a "big fish" swallowed Jonah--it does not say whale. That is my recollection of it. A big fish, and I believe it, and I believe in a God who can
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  • truth, of a more difficult realization, of a sounder structure, and of a revelation more complete. Chapter 2 The happy ending of the fairy tale, the myth
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  • Absurdism (section A)
    Crowley is lower than whale shit. In another, he's as high as God's hat. The true shaman knows that God's hat is made out of dried whale shit." Philip José
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  • Inside the Whale and Other Essays (1940) [2] When one reads any strongly individual piece of writing, one has the impression of seeing a face somewhere
    138 KB (20,751 words) - 19:34, 27 January 2016
  • babble... / What are you up to, you frozen whale, you smoked, dried, canned piece of soul...? Opening of a letter to his friend Conrad Habicht in which
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  • an undulating sea of sound that displayed continuously changing frequency rather like the undersea sonic songs of dolphins and whales. John D. Barrow,
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  • interested in it. It's a love for what this medium is. Interview at comicbookresources.com (28 July 2000) As big as an elephant is, a whale is still larger
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  • Wealth rarely brings happiness. (Strauss, 1994 p. 670) Set a herring to catch a whale. (Strauss, 1994 p. 1134) Don't try to reinvent the wheel. The
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