Moby Dick

why does queequeg desire to be buried in the coffin/canoe

chapter 110

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Queequeg shudders at the thought of being buried in a hammock, and desires a canoe like those of Nantucket. The carpenter is commanded to do Queequeg's bidding, and he measures Queequeg for his coffin.