Wednesday, January 03, 2007


MOBY-DICK by Herman Melville, read by William Hootkins

Hearing this version of Melville's dark masterpiece reveals not just the excitement of the last voyage of the whaleship PEQUOD but the rich language, characters, symbolism, and even humor. William Hootkins gives a stunning performance--from his astute characterizations to the mad rantings of Ahab, this audiobook is a treasure.
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