Cantitate/Preț
Produs

Moby Dick: Penguin Readers

Autor Herman Melville
Notă:  5.00 · 2 note 
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 2011

Vezi toate premiile Carte premiată

This reader is accompanied with a CD that contains the full audio of the text in MP3 format. Moby Dick is the most dangerous whale in the oceans. Captain Ahab fought him and lost a leg. Now he hates Moby Dick. He wants to kill him. But can Captain Ahab and his men find the great white whale? A young sailor, Ishmael, tells the story of their exciting and dangerous trip.
Citește tot Restrânge

Toate formatele și edițiile

Toate formatele și edițiile Preț Express
Paperback (44) 2372 lei  3-5 săpt. +1364 lei  7-11 zile
  HarperCollins Publishers – 9 mai 2013 2372 lei  3-5 săpt. +1364 lei  7-11 zile
  Signet Classics – 25 iul 2013 3750 lei  3-5 săpt.
  Alma Books COMMIS – 28 aug 2017 4031 lei  3-5 săpt. +2092 lei  7-11 zile
  HarperCollins Publishers – 7 apr 2016 4990 lei  3-5 săpt. +1587 lei  7-11 zile
  HarperCollins Publishers – 22 iul 2021 5525 lei  3-5 săpt. +2156 lei  7-11 zile
  Arcturus Publishing – 15 iul 2016 5549 lei  3-5 săpt. +1545 lei  7-11 zile
  Pearson Longman – 2011 6474 lei  3-5 săpt. +324 lei  7-11 zile
  Klett Sprachen GmbH – 2 mai 2023 8600 lei  17-23 zile +859 lei  7-11 zile
  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform – 9872 lei  3-5 săpt.
  10627 lei  3-5 săpt.
  HarperCollins Publishers – 7 iun 2011 11095 lei  3-5 săpt.
  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform – 12441 lei  3-5 săpt.
  12642 lei  3-5 săpt.
  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform – 12642 lei  3-5 săpt.
  Mint Editions – noi 2020 13050 lei  3-5 săpt.
  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform – 14400 lei  3-5 săpt.
  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform – 15297 lei  3-5 săpt.
  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform – 15518 lei  3-5 săpt.
  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform – 15833 lei  3-5 săpt.
  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform – 16492 lei  3-5 săpt.
  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform – 17803 lei  3-5 săpt.
  22086 lei  3-5 săpt.
  Hansebooks – 30 dec 2017 34521 lei  3-5 săpt.
  Hansebooks – 8 ian 2018 42948 lei  3-5 săpt.
  SMK Books – 23 apr 2012 12141 lei  6-8 săpt.
  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform – 12513 lei  6-8 săpt.
  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform – 12513 lei  6-8 săpt.
  13020 lei  6-8 săpt.
  13096 lei  6-8 săpt.
  LIGHTNING SOURCE INC – 18 sep 2018 14639 lei  17-23 zile
  LIGHTNING SOURCE INC – 23 sep 2018 14639 lei  17-23 zile
  SC Active Business Development SRL – 20 oct 2016 16356 lei  38-44 zile
  Simon & Brown – mar 2011 17411 lei  38-44 zile
  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform – 17508 lei  6-8 săpt.
  18013 lei  6-8 săpt.
  Simon & Brown – 2 oct 2018 19500 lei  38-44 zile
  Simon & Brown – mar 2012 19870 lei  38-44 zile
  Simon & Brown – noi 2011 19870 lei  38-44 zile
  Simon & Brown – dec 2011 19870 lei  38-44 zile
  Simon & Brown – 31 oct 2018 20287 lei  38-44 zile
  Simon & Brown – 18 noi 2018 21011 lei  38-44 zile
  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform – 21904 lei  6-8 săpt.
  Maple Press – 2014 22488 lei  6-8 săpt.
  Ezreads Publications, LLC – apr 2010 24287 lei  6-8 săpt.
Hardback (16) 4808 lei  3-5 săpt. +2093 lei  7-11 zile
  WORDSWORTH EDITIONS LTD – oct 2022 4808 lei  3-5 săpt. +2093 lei  7-11 zile
  Quarto Publishing Group USA, Inc. – 5 apr 2022 5225 lei  3-5 săpt. +2440 lei  7-11 zile
  Classics Illustrated Comics – apr 2016 6029 lei  3-5 săpt. +1222 lei  7-11 zile
  Flame Tree Publishing – 15 feb 2020 6672 lei  3-5 săpt. +1483 lei  7-11 zile
  Flame Tree Publishing – 24 ian 2023 12212 lei  3-5 săpt. +2964 lei  7-11 zile
  chiltern publishing – 14 aug 2020 12450 lei  3-5 săpt. +3834 lei  7-11 zile
  Mint Editions – 8 dec 2020 19115 lei  3-5 săpt.
  OMNI Publishing – 22 dec 2019 12154 lei  6-8 săpt.
  22477 lei  38-44 zile
  SMK Books – 3 apr 2018 22745 lei  6-8 săpt.
  Simon & Brown – 3 oct 2018 24372 lei  38-44 zile
  24899 lei  38-44 zile
  24899 lei  38-44 zile
  Simon & Brown – 31 oct 2018 25234 lei  38-44 zile
  Simon & Brown – 4 noi 2011 25234 lei  38-44 zile
  Simon & Brown – 18 noi 2018 25999 lei  38-44 zile

Din seria Penguin Readers

Preț: 6474 lei

Puncte Express: 97

Preț estimativ în valută:
1239 1327$ 1048£

Carte disponibilă

Livrare economică 09-23 iulie
Livrare express 25-29 iunie pentru 1323 lei

Preluare comenzi: 021 569.72.76

Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781408278093
ISBN-10: 140827809X
Dimensiuni: 136 x 199 x 12 mm
Greutate: 0.08 kg
Editura: Pearson Longman
Seria Penguin Readers


Recenzii de la cititorii Books Express

Citește tot Restrânge

Notă biografică

Herman Melville (born Melvill;[a] August 1, 1819 - September 28, 1891) was an American novelist, short story writer and poet of the American Renaissance period. Among his best-known works are Moby-Dick (1851), Typee (1846), a romanticized account of his experiences in Polynesia, and Billy Budd, Sailor, a posthumously published novella. Although his works were not widely appreciated at the time of his death, the centennial of his birth in 1919 was the starting point of a Melville revival in which critics re-evaluated his work and his novels became recognized as world classics. Melville was born in New York City, the third child of a prosperous merchant. His formal education ended abruptly after the death of his father in 1832 left the family in financial straits. He took to sea in 1839 as a common sailor on a merchant ship and then on the whaler Acushnet but jumped ship in the Marquesas Islands. Typee, his first book and its sequel, Omoo (1847) were travel-adventures based on his experiences there. Their success gave him the financial security to marry Elizabeth "Lizzie" Shaw, a daughter of a prominent Boston family. His first book not based on his own experience, Mardi (1849), was not well received. His novels Redburn (1849) and White Jacket (1850) were given better reviews but did not provide financial security. Moby-Dick (1851), although now considered one of the great American novels, was not well received by contemporary critics. His psychological novel, Pierre: or, The Ambiguities (1852) was also scorned by reviewers. From 1853 to 1856, Melville published short fiction in magazines, which was collected in 1856 as The Piazza Tales. In 1857, he traveled to England and then toured the Near East, and that same year published his last work of prose, The Confidence-Man (1857). He moved to New York in 1863 to take a position as Customs Inspector. From that point, he focused his creative powers on poetry. Battle-Pieces and Aspects of the War (1866) was his poetic reflection on the moral questions of the American Civil War. In an emotionally jarring incident, in 1867, his eldest child Malcolm died at home from a self-inflicted gunshot. Melville's metaphysical epic Clarel: A Poem and Pilgrimage in the Holy Land was published in 1876. In 1886, his other son Stanwix died of apparent tuberculosis, and Melville retired. During his last years, he privately published two volumes of poetry, left one volume unpublished, and returned to prose of the sea. The novella Billy Budd was left unfinished at his death but was published posthumously in 1924. Melville died from cardiovascular disease in 1891.

Caracteristici

New edition of one of the most popular classics of American Literature

Recenzii

Strange, original and gripping.
One of the strangest and most wonderful books in the world.

Textul de pe ultima copertă

“Call me Ishmael.”
Thus begins one of the most famous journeys in literature—the voyage of the whaling ship Pequod and its embattled, monomaniacal Captain Ahab. Ishmael quickly learns that the Pequod’s captain sails for revenge against the elusive Moby Dick, a sperm whale with a snow-white hump and mottled skin that destroyed Ahab’s former vessel and left him crippled. As the Pequod sails deeper through the nights and into the sea, the divisions between man and nature begin to blur—so do the lines between good and evil, as the fates of the ship’s crewmen become increasingly unclear....
Melville’s classic tale of obsession and the sea, one of the most important and enduring masterworks of nineteenth-century literature, Moby Dick is a riveting drama, exploring rage, hope, destiny, and the deepest questions of moral truth.

Premii