Please help with homework Moby-Dick: By depicting single-minded obsession
- By depicting single-minded obsession as an extreme form of madness, the Moby-Dick story implies that sanity can only consist of moderation and the relinquishing of bad feeling. Do you think this is true? Where do you see examples of what you would call sanity and insanity in your own life?
What is the role of imagination in a typical theatrical production? What about the role of imagination in reading a novel? How do both of these come into play in your experience of Moby Dick, Rehearsed ?
Asked on 01.06.2017 in English Literature.