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Epilogue

How did Ishmael survive? He tells us that he was one of the men in Ahab's boat, replacing the missing Fedallah. He alone managed to avoid the whirlpool, and, as he floated alone in the ocean, he discovered the one piece of wreckage: the life buoy made of Queequeg's coffin. After floating for one day and one night on that coffin, Ishmael was finally rescued by ... the Rachel, who "in her retracing search after her missing children, only found another orphan."

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Historical Context
Main Characters
Points to Ponder
Did You Know
Plot Summary
Prefaces
Chapters 1 - 5
Chapters 6 - 10
Chapters 11 - 15
Chapters 16 - 20
Chapters 21 - 25
Chapters 26 - 30
Chapters 31 - 35
Chapters 36 - 40
Chapters 41 - 45
Chapters 46 - 50
Chapters 51 - 55
Chapters 56 - 60
Chapters 61 - 65
Chapters 66 - 70
Chapters 71 - 75
Chapters 76 - 80
Chapters 81 - 85
Chapters 86 - 90
Chapters 91 - 95
Chapters 96 - 100
Chapters 101 - 105
Chapters 106 - 110
Chapters 111 - 115
Chapters 116 - 120
Chapters 121 - 125
Chapters 126 - 130
Chapters 131 - 135
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