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Moby-Dick Remixes

Wyn Kelley describes the many adaptations and remixes of Melville's novel, Moby-Dick.

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A great overview, and there’s always more. Tenor Ben Heppner will star in a new Moby-Dick opera in Dallas in 2010, and the director of Wanted is slated to make a new film version of the book for Universal. For weekly updates on the novel’s ongoing cultural impact, see Power Moby-Dick.

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