Should "Moby-Dick" be hyphenated ?

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Should "Moby-Dick" be hyphenated ?
Apparently in the first edition of the book, the words "Moby-Dick" were hypenated on the cover, but not in the text. "However, one should hesitate to assume that the hyphenation of Moby-Dick resulted merely from carelessness of the part of a compositor..."

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