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Buddhadharma : Winter 2014
winter 2014 buddhadharma: the Practitioner’s quarterly 73 s ince its publication in November, 1851, Herman Melville’s novel Moby-Dick has attracted a broad spectrum of critical opinion. Unique in American lit- erature, Melville’s tale of a Nantucket sea captain’s pursuit of a great white whale, told in retrospect by a detached and sagacious narrator, has prompted a variety of critical interpretations, ranging from the Freudian to the political to the religious. Yet despite this critical attention, Melville’s novel remains a resistant enigma, as rich in mystery as it is in layers of meaning. Daniel Herman, a professor of American literature and a longtime practitioner of Soto Zen, offers yet another perspective in Zen and the White Whale. Noting “call me buddha”: the Zen of moby dick review by ben howard BEN hOWARD is emeritus professor of English at Alfred university in New york State and a longtime practitioner of Zen. he is the author of The Backward Step: Essays on Zen Practice (Whitlock Publishing, 2014). revieWs IllUSTRATION | su yeong Kim | FACEBOOK.COM/KIMSUYEONG81