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- Hark ye, lad—fleet interlacings of the limbs—lithe swayings—coyings—flutterings! lip! heart! hip! all graze: unceasing touch and go! not taste, observe ye, else come satiety.Chapters 40-42 — Midnight, Forecastle; Moby Dick; The Whiteness of the Whale (10% in)
- To look at the tawny brawn of his lithe snaky limbs, you would almost have credited the superstitions of some of the earlier Puritans, and half-believed this wild Indian to be a son of the Prince of the Powers of the Air.Chapters 25-27 — Postscript; Knights and Squires; Knights and Squires (82% in)
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