How come Nantucketers were able to own two-thirds of the earth? Listen to Ishmael as he brings up an old Nantucket legend.
Get to know Queegqueg more about his own characteristics and traits–his wheelbarrow, his strength, his heroics, and his outstanding humility.
Know Queegqueg’s native land and origin and his authority over the land. Much interestingly, learn how he became a harpooner in the Christian lands.
Ishmael shares his experience with a cannibal as they were trying to get some sleep. Learn what they did instead, for they couldn’t get to sleep.
Understand how a decent person became friends with a savage. And know the reason why Queegqueg was ready to die for Ishmael.
Hear Father Mapple’s sermon with reference to Jonah’s story. And have an appreciation to its life-teaching moral lessons.
Notice what Ishmael observes when Father Mapple had entered the entrance of the chapel. And give attention to the uniqueness of the chapel’s pulpit.
Perceive what Ishmael and Queegqueg first sees on the Whaleman’s Chapel. Moreover, listen to some of Ishmael’s religious beliefs.
Explore the streets with Ishmael as he goes strolling around and have a sight of the most frightening and the most alluring features of New Bedford.
First breakfast in the Spouter-Inn with a set of valiant sea-dogs, who dueled with the great whales at sea with brave stance.