Moby-Dick Questions Chapters 108 and 109: What is different stylistically

  1. What is different stylistically in Chapter 108
  2. What does the carpenter mean with the comment that “…a short, little old body like me, should never undertake to wade out to deep waters with tall, heron-built captains; the water chucks you under the chin pretty quick, and there’s a great cry for lifeboats”? (Pg. 389)
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