Filed under: Book review, Moby-Monday | Tags: Alec Baldwin, Jeffrey Skilling, Moby-Dick
Q: What does Moby-Dick have to say to us today?
A: We still live in a world where men are led by other men. And those men, the followers, have trouble distinguishing the membrane between the leader’s passion and his neurosis. You’re onboard that ship and you know that Ahab’s your man and you want to go get this whale, and then you find out the hard way that maybe it wasn’t the best idea. Well, isn’t that [Enron's] Jeffrey Skilling? Wasn’t it a white whale he was after?
Margaret Guroff is editor and publisher of Power Moby-Dick.
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