Moby-Dick discussion questions Chapter 23: “The Lee Shore”: Literally, why is the shore a dangerous
- Literally, why is the shore a dangerous thing in a storm?
- What sort of danger does the shore represent in this chapter? In other words, what does the shore symbolize and why is that a peril?
- Melville obliquely refers to Bulkington’s fate. Why?
Asked on 02.06.2017 in English Literature.