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- Nor does it unfrequently occur, that Nantucket captains will send a son of such tender age away from them, for a protracted three or four years' voyage in some other ship than their own; so that their first knowledge of a whaleman's career shall be unenervated by any chance display of a father's natural but untimely partiality, or undue apprehensiveness and concern.Chapters 127-129 — The Deck; The Pequod meets the Rachel; The Cabin—Ahab and Pip (66% in)
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