Moby Dick, Chapter 107: The Carpenter - Herman Melville

This quote was added by kaikaikaikaikai
Seat thyself sultanically among the moons of Saturn, and take high abstracted man alone; and he seems a wonder, a grandeur, and a woe. But from the same point, take mankind in mass, and for the most part, they seem a mob of unnecessary duplicates, both contemporary and hereditary.

Train on this quote


Rate this quote:
3.7 out of 5 based on 42 ratings.

Edit Text

Edit author and title

(Changes are manually reviewed)

or just leave a comment:


Test your skills, take the Typing Test.

Score (WPM) distribution for this quote. More.

Best scores for this typing test

Name WPM Accuracy
eventlogging 170.00 100%
jstout 125.48 97.6%
ilovejujubee 125.47 98.9%
mrsjsmiley 121.91 98.9%
gelbutoski-stud 118.21 100%
li1cy 115.80 95.9%
kansasjohn 115.71 98.9%
enyaloth 115.17 98.6%

Recently for

Name WPM Accuracy
eventlogging 170.00 100%
user490879 37.15 92.9%
fletchbear 67.16 87.5%
nawaphat 46.09 83.9%
coolgee917 44.45 96.9%
mcname555 48.03 92.5%
mister_vulcan 77.77 95.9%
user64086 26.86 94.0%