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Monday Quote

It is hard to be finite on an infinite subject, and all subjects are infinite.

~ Herman Melville

 

And what else do you want or need to know about Melville? One great thing about him is that Moby-Dick is kind of like the I Ching or the Bible—you can open it anywhere & find a great line, one that speaks to what you need right that minute. How does he do that? And why is his prose so much more poetic than his poetry? 

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