Literature disrupted – Moby Dick rewritten without the letter “e”

In order to highlight how people with disabilities often see things differently, Down Spain, the Spanish Committee of Representatives of Persons with Disabilities (CERMI) and Fnac are launching “Moby Dick Unlimited”, Herman Melville’s masterpiece rewritten without the letter “e”. “Moby Dick Unlimited is a story which tells us about the human condition and the dignity of human beings,” says Agustin Matia from Down Spain. The purpose of this reworking of the classic tale written without the letter “e” is to show there are no limitations that prevent us from experiencing wonderful stories. It is a unique version of the legendary tale which seeks to show that although the story changes, it can be equally wonderful. People with disabilities are fully aware of this as they write their own stories every day and do not believe in limits.

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