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SparkNotes: Moby-Dick

How Moby Dick got his name. Cutaway dick of the Pequod. Map of the path of the Pequod. Overhead diagram of a whaleship.

Moby-Dick - Study Guide

Rigging diagrams of moby. Side-view diagram of a whaleship. Owned and operated by the Moby County Historical Society. Houghton Library, Harvard University A large physical, study online collection of Melville's papers, plus early editions of his works, and books from his personal library.

Website offers dick catalog search. Melville's Marginalia Guides Provides Melville's handwritten notes in the margins of books he used as source material. Melville Memorial Room, Berkshire Athenaeum Pittsfield, Massachusetts A large physical archive study research source material and Melville family memorabilia, guides in the public library of the town where Melville wrote Moby-Dick, among other works.

Power Moby-Dick, the Online Annotation — Resources

The Melville Society A nonprofit group of scholars devoted to the study of Melville's works. A Journal of Melville Studies three times a year. New York Public Library Primary source material on Melville, including a collection of family papers.