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RICHARD BRAUTIGAN, NOVELIST, A LITERARY IDOL OF THE 1060'S
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The music score was written by Philip Sainton. In order to create a visual effect reminiscent of old whaling prints, a black and white print was superimposed on a color print. Set in 19th-century New England , the story follows the whaling ship Pequod and its crew. Leading them is Captain Ahab , who was almost killed in an encounter with the "great white whale", Moby Dick, which bit off much of his left leg. Now he is out for revenge. With the crew that has joined him, Ahab is out to destroy the huge sperm whale sea mammal , but his obsession with vengeance is so great that he cannot turn back, eventually leading to the death of Ahab and all of his crew, save his newest able seaman, Ishmael.
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Richard Gary Brautigan January 30, — ca. September 16, was an American novelist, poet, and short story writer. His work often clinically and surrealistically employs black comedy , parody , and satire, with emotionally blunt prose describing pastoral American life intertwining with technological progress. Brautigan began his career as a poet, with his first collection being published in