Help with Questions Moby-Dick: several characters who seem insane

  1. Moby-Dick features several characters who seem insane. How does insanity re-late to this story? How do these characters contrast with one another?
  2. Ishmael frequently refers to the relationships between men in terms normally
    used to describe heterosexual romantic relationships. What is the literal and
    symbolic importance of homoeroticism in Moby-Dick?
  3. Describe the playlike scenes interspersed throughoutMoby-Dick. What is the
    function of these scenes? In what ways do they differ from the rest of the narra-
Asked on 01.06.2017 in English Literature.
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