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    1. Call me Ishmael.

      Que de versions différentes, en Français, pour traduire cette petite phrase!

    2. The transition is a keen one, I assure you, from a schoolmaster to a sailor, and requires a strong decoction of Seneca and the Stoics to enable you to grin and bear it. But even this wears off in time.

      This phrase is typical of Melville's sentence construction. Comparison is the mean and reason is the goal.

    3. Test

    4. thousands

      Test again

    5. the

      On the

    6. extreme


    7. water

      Annotation on word water

    8. Note on ePub viewer

    9. philosophical

      EPUB test

    10. Test comment

    11. nothing

      Test Test

  5. Oct 2018
    1. e world between paying and being paid. The act of paying is perhaps the most uncomfortable infliction that the two or


    2. dfdfdf

    3. rowds, pacing straight for the water, and seemingly bound for a div


    4. But look!

      hey again

    5. But look!

      hey hey

    6. Why did the poor poet of Tennessee, upon suddenly receiving two handfuls of silver, deliberate whether to buy him a coat, which he sadly needed, or invest his money


    7. But here is an artist. H


  6. Aug 2018
    1. Beach? Why is almost every robust healthy boy with a robust healthy soul in him, at some time or other crazy to go to sea? Why upon your fir


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    1. It is a way I have of driving off the spleen and regulating the circulation.

      Interesting sentence

  9. Dec 2017
    1. of every funeral I meet; and especially whenever my hypos get such an upper hand of me, that it requires a strong moral principle to prevent me from deliberately s


    2. pak

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      I'm curious as to when this stopped being the contemporary spelling.

    2. Manhattoe
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    4. Call me Ishmael.

      Arguably the most famous opening line in US literature.