Moby-Dick discussion questions Chapter 110 “Queequeg and His Coffin”: Top-heavy was the ship
- “Top-heavy was the ship as a dinnerless student with all Aristotle in his head.” Is this anti-transcendental, or not? Explain.
- What happens to Queequeg’s eyes and he nears death? In what sense is that metaphorical? Does is resemble Pip in some way?
- Summarize Starbuck’s reflections on Pip. Why does he say that?
- In what way does the theme of interpretation emerge at the end of the chapter? In what ways does it pertain to Queequeg?
Asked on 05.06.2017 in English Literature.