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- The tranced ship indolently rolls; the drowsy trade winds blow; everything resolves you into languor.Chapters 34-36 — The Cabin-Table; The Mast-Head; The Qarter-Deck—Ahab and all (41% in)
- Slowly wading through the meadows of brit, the Pequod still held on her way north-eastward towards the island of Java; a gentle air impelling her keel, so that in the surrounding serenity her three tall tapering masts mildly waved to that languid breeze, as three mild palms on a plain.Chapters 58-60 — Brit; Squid; The Line (31% in)
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