Moby-Dick discussion questions Chapter 10 “A Bosom Friend”: How is the tone of this chapter different
- How is the tone of this chapter different from the previous one?
- How and why do Ishmael’s opinions about Queequeg change in this chapter? How and why does Ishmael’s attitude in general change?
- What aspect of Ishmael and Queequeg’s “marriage” does Melville emphasize? In doing so, does he emphasize or undercut suggestions of homosexuality?
- In what way is this example of bonding an answer to Father Mapple’s apparent plight at the end of the previous chapter?
Asked on 02.06.2017 in English Literature.