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Sahara
used in Moby Dick

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North African desert that is the largest in the world (3.5 million square miles - 7 times larger than the next largest desert and almost as large as the entire USA).
  • Nevertheless the sun hides not Virginia's Dismal Swamp, nor Rome's accursed Campagna, nor wide Sahara, nor all the millions of miles of deserts and of griefs beneath the moon.
    Chapters 94-96 — A Squeeze of the Hand; The Cassock; The Try-Works (92% in)

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