Moby Dick

how does starbuck interpret ahabs obsession with moby-dick?

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Starbuck believes that Ahab's obsession with the whale is emotionally impulsive and suicidal. Starbuck, who is a religeous man, feels that it is folly for a man to have a vendetta against an animal, one of God's own creatures.