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- Delight is to him—a far, far upward, and inward delight—who against the proud gods and commodores of this earth, ever stands forth his own inexorable self.Chapters 7-9 — The Chapel; The Pulpit; The Sermon (96% in)
- Stubb's inexorable back was turned upon him; and the whale was winged.Chapters 91-93 — The Pequod Meets The Rose-Bud; Ambergris; The Castaway (91% in)
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