Moby Dick is considered a masterpiece of American literature. Its photographic descriptions introduce us to a world of marine magic and enhance our understanding of one of the most notable economic activities of the nineteenth century: whaling.

Influenced mainly by the life of the sailor Herman Melville, this unique novel is also full of philosophy and symbolism. Man against nature, madness, the insatiable quest for victory, the insignificant feeling of existence, and other important questions of human experience are raised in this magnificent book.