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Everyone from suffragists to their opponents; radicals, reformers, and capitalists; critics of technology and modern life; racists and xenophobes and champions of racial and ethnic equality; editorial writers and folk singers, preachers and poets found moral and cultural lessons in the sinking of the Titanic. In a new edition that both commemorates the one hundredth anniversary of the disaster and elaborates, in a revised afterword, on the ship's continued impact on the public imagination (evidenced by the Titanic mania evoked by James Cameron's 1997 film), Steven Biel explores the Titanic in all its complexity and contradictions.
Steven Biel is the executive director of the Mahindra Humanities Center and a senior lecturer on history and literature at Harvard University.
Table of Contents
|Foreword: Nature Jeers At Our Folly||p. 3|
|April 1912||p. 9|
|The Rule of the Sea and Land||p. 23|
|Interword: A Noble Structure of Enduring Stone||p. 85|
|Unknown and Unsung||p. 97|
|A Night To Remember||p. 135|
|Mission To Destiny||p. 197|
|Afterword: Titanic Mania||p. 221|
|List of Abbreviations||p. 235|
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