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The Titanic in Myth and Popular Culture

On the 10th of April 1912, RMS Titanic’s maiden voyage began from Southampton in England to New York City. Five days later, the passenger liner sank within less than 3 hours in the North Atlantic Ocean, after colliding with an iceberg. 793 more words

History

Book Review: A Night to Remember

A Night to Remember, by Walter Lord, was published in the 1950s but reissued by Holt Paperbacks in 1994.

This book is not on my compiled list of best books of the world (which lists more than 1200 titles). 389 more words

Books

Ende Kitsch, alles Kitsch?

Läge der Teufel im Detail, in der sprachlichen Gestaltung, wo ich ihn von je her suche, dann wäre es nicht so schwierig, ihn mit Stumpf und Stiel auszurupfen. 830 more words

Shonlock Makes His Mark with “A Night To Remember” Album|JesusWired

Review Date: 03/21/2014
Review By: Jessica Morris
Release Date: 3/18/2014
Rating:  (8 / 10)

Following the release ofShonlock’s debut album,NEVERODDOREVEN in 2011, expectations were paramount with the release of  724 more words

Published Work

A Century of Books: A Night to Remember by Walter Lord (1955)

First published in 1955, A Night to Remember remains a completely riveting account of the Titanic’s fatal collision and the behavior of the passengers and crew, both noble and ignominious. 950 more words

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