Moby Dick (Paperback)

By Herman Melville, Enrique Pezzoni (Translator)
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Description


Moby Dick, la novela que William Faulkner hubiera querido escribir, ha alcanzado el reconocimiento y el elogio constante que merece una construcción narrativa impecable. La lucha del capitán Ahab, su terrible obsesión y la mítica persecución de la ballena han traspasado fronteras, consiguiendo así la indiscutible categoría de obra maestra.

"Moby Dick es el paradigma novelístico de lo sublime: un logro fuera de lo común".
Harold Bloom

About the Author


Herman Melville was an American novelist, poet, and lecturer best known for his classic novel Moby-Dick, as well as for his short fiction "Bartleby, the Scrivener," and the unfinished "Billy Budd, Sailor." Educated as a teacher and later as an engineer, Melville's writing was heavily influenced by his time aboard the whaling ship Acushnet, and his month-long captivity by Typee natives on Nuka Hiva island. Although Melville experienced success early in his writing career, public indifference to his masterpiece, Moby-Dick, resulted in waning attention, and his work was almost entirely disregarded by the time of this death in 1891. Melville's work experienced a revival in the early twentieth century, and he is now considered one of the pre-eminent American writers of his time. He is also one of the most-studied novelists, and was the first writer to be collected and published by the Library of America.

Product Details
ISBN: 9788499086552
ISBN-10: 8499086551
Publisher: Debolsillo
Publication Date: February 4th, 2014
Pages: 679
Language: Spanish