Moby dick chapter 46 quiz
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Description:Summary On a sultry day, Queequeg and Ishmael weave a sword-mat for their boat. Ishmael sees it as the Loom of Time, and he is the shuttle, holding a ball of marline, weaving away at the Fates. There are the fixed threads of the warp—Necessity or Fate—and into these, Ishmael weaves his own strand Free Will.