Chapter 110 (“Queequeg in His Coffin”) allows us to trace the development of a central character in Moby-Dick. Consider what Queegueg meant in earlier chapters and link it to his reappearance here. Has Melville been consistent in depicting this Pacific Island harpooner? Has Queequeg transformed in any way? Finally, can you predict (without cheating!) what may become of Queequeg by the end of the novel?