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" But while this sleep, this dream is on ye, move your foot or hand an inch; slip your hold at all; and your identity comes back in horror. Over Descartian vortices you hover. And perhaps, at mid-day, in the fairest weather, with one half-throttled shriek... "
The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine - Page 471
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Moby Dick

Herman Melville - Adventure stories - 1892 - 545 pages
...But while this sleep, this dream is on ye, move your foot or hand an inch; slip your hold at all; and your identity comes back in horror. Over Descartian...transparent air into the summer sea, no more to rise forever. Heed it well, ye Pantheists 1 CHAPTER XXXVI. THE QUARTER-DBCK. (Enter Ahab : Then, all) IT...
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Moby Dick: Or, The White Whale

Herman Melville - 1892 - 545 pages
...while this sleep, this dream is on ye, move your foot or band an inch ; slip your hold at all ; and your identity comes back in horror. Over Descartian...through that transparent air into the summer sea, uo mure to rise forever. Heed it well, ye Pantheists 1 CHAPTER XXXVI. I II K y LTA KT KK- 1 ' Kt 'It....
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moby-dick or the whale

herman melville - 1922
...But while this sleep, this dream is on ye, move your foot or hand an inch; slip your hold at all; and your identity comes back in horror. Over Descartian...more to rise for ever. Heed it well, ye Pantheists ! CHAPTER XXXVI. THE QUARTER-DECK. (Enter Ahab : Then, all.) IT was not a great while after the affair...
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New Voices in American Studies

Mid-America Conference on Literature, History, Popular Culture and Folklore, Purdue University, 1965 - Literary Criticism - 1966 - 165 pages
...foot or hand an inch; slip your hold at all; and your identity comes back in horror. Over Dcscartian vortices you hover. And perhaps, at mid-day, in the...more to rise for ever. Heed it well, ye Pantheists!" Hawthorne uses this masthead image in a fascinating way in The Marble Faun.0 You will recall that Hilda...
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The Oceanic Feeling: The Origins of Religious Sentiment in Ancient India

J.M Masson - Philosophy - 1980 - 213 pages
...deep, blue, bottomless soul pervading mankind and nature', he is hovering over Descartian vortices 'and perhaps at midday, in the fairest weather, with...air into the summer sea, no more to rise for ever' - Moby Dick, Chapter 35." " See Orgel (1965) and Zilboorg (1938). 32 Cf. Bennet (1974). " See Gerhardt...
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The Flying Machine and Modern Literature

Laurence Goldstein, Reader in the Department of Philosophy Laurence Goldstein - Literary Criticism - 1986 - 253 pages
...world of physical matter, but the plane will not permit such indulgence; it will, in Ishmael's words, "drop through that transparent air into the summer sea, no more to rise for ever." The tag from Hamlet's father's ghost ("remember me") recalls the narcissist to his duty to others,...
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Moby Dick; Or, The Whale

Herman Melville - Fiction - 1981 - 576 pages
...inch, slip your hold at all; and your identity comes back in horror.OverDescartianvorticesyouhover.And perhaps, at mid-day, in the fairest weather, with...more to rise for ever. Heed it well, ye Pantheists! CHAPTER 26 THE QUARTER-DECK [Enter Ahab: Then, aU.] IT was not a great while after the affair of the...
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Herman Melville: Redburn, White-Jacket, Moby-Dick (LOA #9)

Herman Melville - Fiction - 1983 - 1436 pages
...But while this sleep, this dream is on ye, move your foot or hand an inch, slip your hold at all; and your identity comes back in horror. Over Descartian...more to rise for ever. Heed it well, ye Pantheists! Chapter 36 THE QUARTER-DECK (Enter Ahab: Then, all.) Ir WAS NOT a great while after the affair of the...
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Moby Dick; Or, The Whale

Herman Melville - Fiction - 1983 - 576 pages
...inhorror.OverDescartianvorticesyou hover. And perhaps, at mid-day, in the fairest weather, with one half -throttled shriek you drop through that transparent air into...more to rise for ever. Heed it well, ye Pantheists! CHAPTER 36 THE QUARTER-DECK [Enter Ahab: Then, all.} IT was not a great while after the affair of the...
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New Essays on Moby-Dick

Richard H. Brodhead - Literary Criticism - 1986 - 184 pages
...But while this sleep, this dream is on ye, move your foot or hand an inch; slip your hold at all; and your identity comes back in horror. Over Descartian...more to rise for ever. Heed it well, ye Pantheists! (Chap. 35) Ishmael cautions the visionary pantheist, caught in an Emersonian moment of "midday," the...
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