The ‘Moby-Dick' Daily: Chapter 64
Call Me Melville is Berkshire County's summer-long online community reading of Herman Melville's "Moby-Dick," which he wrote in Pittsfield. Read along -- a chapter a day for 135 days -- with your friends and neighbors through this epic at http://www.powermobydick.com, the annotated novel online.
Today, the Call Me Melville reading is Chapter 64 , "Stubb's Supper."
The first line: "Stubb's whale had been killed some distance from the ship." Read the chapter here, http://www.powermobydick.com/Moby064.html.
Follow along at berkshireeagle.com/mobydickdaily, callmemelville.org, facebook.com/CallMeMelville, or on Twitter via @ArtsPittsfield. You can also follow the Call Me Melville conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #callmemelville.
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