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Being the savage's bowsman, that is, the person who pulled the bow-oar in his boat (the second one from forward), it was my cheerful duty to attend upon him while taking that hard-scrabble scramble upon the dead whale's back. You have seen Italian organ-boys holding a dancing-ape by a long cord. Just so, from the ship's steep side, did I hold Queequeg down there in the sea, by what is technically called in the fishery a monkey-rope, attached to a strong strip of canvas belted round his waist.
  • Clients: JoomShaper
  • Solution:Logistics
  • Date:2018
  • Sector:Energy

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It was a humorously perilous business for both of us. For, before we proceed further, it must be said that the monkey-rope was fast at both ends; fast to Queequeg's broad canvas belt.
It was a humorously perilous business for both of us. For, before we proceed further, it must be said that the monkey-rope was fast at both ends; fast to Queequeg's broad canvas belt.

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Being the savage's bowsman, that is, the person who pulled the bow-oar in his boat (the second one from forward), it was my cheerful duty to attend upon him while taking that hard-scrabble scramble upon the dead whale's back. You have seen Italian organ-boys holding a dancing-ape by a long cord. Just so, from the ship's steep side.

Being the savage's bowsman, that is, the person who pulled the bow-oar in his boat (the second one from forward)

  • The monkey-rope is found in all whalers; but it was only in the Pequod that the monkey and his hol.
  • I have hinted that I would often jerk poor Queequeg from between the whale and the ship—where he.
  • In the tumultuous business of cutting-in and attending to a whale, there is much running backwards.
  • I have hinted that I would often jerk poor Queequeg from between the whale and the ship—where he.
  • In the tumultuous business of cutting-in and attending to a whale, there is much running backwards.
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Being the savage's bowsman, that is, the person who pulled the bow-oar in his boat (the second one from forward), it was my cheerful duty to attend upon him while taking that hard-scrabble scramble upon the dead whale's back. You have seen Italian organ-boys holding a dancing-ape by a long cord.
  • In the tumultuous business of cutting-in and attending to a.
  • It was a humorously perilous business for both of us. For, be.
  • It was a humorously perilous business for both of us. For, be.
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End Results

It was a humorously perilous business for both of us. For, before we proceed further, it must be said that the monkey-rope was fast at both ends; fast to Queequeg's broad canvas belt, and fast to my narrow leather one. So that for better or for worse, we two, for the time, were wedded; and should poor Queequeg sink to rise no more, then both usage and honour demanded, that instead of cutting the cord, it should drag me down in his wake. So, then, an elongated Siamese ligature united us. Queequeg was my own inseparable twin brother; nor could I any way get rid of the dangerous liabilities which the hempen bond entailed.
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