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The choice of name of Captain Ahab evokes a range of biblical allusions which stigmatize the protagonist by the first mention of his name. The first most superficial allusion is the parallel between king and captain. While the biblical Ahab was the king who reigned b. C the Northern Territory of Isreal cf.
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Moby Dick: Ahab’s Word Against the World’s
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What can we say we know about him? His crew say he never sleeps, only tosses in bed. None of the crew knows where he got it, but they all know how he lost his leg. During the course of this long, painful journey Ahab came to fix all his hatred on the White Whale. Yet the power of his charisma is such that he can communicate his extreme, dangerous hatred to an entire crew, even educated, sensitive and openhearted Ishmael. To deny that multiplicity, to crush it all down into a binary opposition, as Ahab attempts, is to risk wrecking yourself. At last, even Ahab cannot maintain his extremist position.
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He is the monomaniacal captain of the whaling ship Pequod. On a previous voyage, the white whale Moby Dick bit off Ahab's leg, and he now wears a prosthetic leg made out of whalebone. The whaling voyage of the Pequod ends up as a hunt for revenge on the whale, as Ahab forces the crew members to support his fanatical mission. When Moby Dick is finally sighted, Ahab's hatred robs him of all caution, and the whale drags Ahab to the bottom of the sea. Melville biographer Andrew Delbanco calls Ahab "a brilliant personification of the very essence of fanaticism".
Long before Ahab's first appearance, there is an air of mystery about the captain of the Pequod. The owners hire the crew in Ahab's absence. When Ishmael inquires about the captain, he is told that Ahab is a man of few words but deep meaning; from the first, it is clear that the captain is a complicated character. He is a "grand, ungodly, god-like" man who has been in colleges as well as among the cannibals. This brief introduction reveals significant information.