"Call me Ishmael" is the beginning of which novel?

The Old Man and the Sea
Psalm 23
Crime and Punishment
Moby Dick
"Call me Ishmael," perhaps the most famous opening line in literary history. Moby-Dick is a novel by American writer Hermann Melville from 1851. W. Faulkner confessed that he regrets that he did not write this book himself, and DH Lawrence called it "one of the strangest and most wonderful books in the world" and "the biggest book of the sea ever written.
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