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In chapter 28 of Moby-Dick, which ailment of mankind is best symbolized by Ahab’s plight?

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A close look and analysis of chapter 28 of Moby-Dick symbolize an obsession with the past. This is seen in Ahab’s plight as the writer shows how the surrounding has influenced and affected Ahab.  This is the highlight of the general theme of man’s relationship with nature as seen throughout the novel.

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