Moby Dick

Date de parution : 02/04/2014 / ISBN : 978-2-302-03754-0

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A LIVELY ADAPTATION OF A MONUMENT OF AMERICAN LITERATURE.

Herman Melville, who was a sailor, used real-life experience to write Moby Dick, a cult book that instilled a new myth into Man's memory: that of the white whale. He relates the furious, mystical and desperate quest of Captain Ahab and his last confrontation with Moby Dick. A crazy quest adapted and mastered by two talents, two sensitivities – those of Olivier Jouvray and Pierre Alary.

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Format : 201 x 283 mm

Nombre de pages : 124