Herman Melville's Moby Dick

by Chaboute, translated by Laure Dupont. Milwaukie, OR: Dark Horse Books, 2017

While the original classic’s prose are cerebral, long and wandering, so too are Chaboute’s images. The story unfolds leisurely where the image framing and designs give light to the potent, often poetic words. We recommend your students the affect of the two formats.

Grade 7+

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