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Moby-Dick captures stars for reading voyage

Posted at 9:43AM Saturday 15 Sep 2012

David Cameron, Tilda Swinton, Stephen Fry and Simon Callow jump aboard ambitious project to broadcast Herman Melville's classic novel in its entirety – 135 chapters over 135 days

Guardian

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