6 edition of The Oxford book of the sea found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Jonathan Raban.|
|LC Classifications||PR1111.O24 O97 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 524 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||524|
|LC Control Number||92041179|
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The collection spans nearly 1, years of the English-speaking world's experience of the sea; in all that time it has lost none of its power to enchant, inspire, and terrify. The Oxford Book of the Sea is a terrific read for seafarers and landlubbers alike/5(6). Whether you love Darwin or Rachel Carson, Joseph Conrad or Robert Lowell, The Oxford Book of the Sea is as bountiful and alluring as its subject.
For everyone interested in the sea, from sailors and beachcombers to armchair voyagers, and for everyone drawn to fine writing, this book is an excursion you won't want to miss/5(6). The Oxford Book of the Sea book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Truly the source of eternal fascination, the sea is one o 4/5.
The Oxford Book of Sea Songs book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The sea song holds a special mystery for many, and the /5. The sea has served as a source of inspiration for writers throughout the ages. Now, in The Oxford Book of the Sea, bestselling author Jonathan Raban has compiled a remarkable anthology of our changing visions of the sea, a rich treasury of writings as varied and enthralling as the ocean itself.
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Whether you love Darwin or Rachel Carson, Joseph Conrad or Robert Lowell, The Oxford Book of the Sea is as bountiful and alluring as its subject.
For everyone interested in the sea, from sailors and beachcombers to armchair voyagers, and for everyone drawn to fine writing, this book is an excursion you won't want to miss. The Oxford Book of Sea Stories Edited by Tony Tanner Oxford Books of Prose, Share: Also of Interest.
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The Oxford book of the sea. [Jonathan Raban;] -- It is no surprise that one of the earliest works in English literature should be a poem about the sea: the sea has been a source of fascination from the earliest times, and the Anglo-Saxon poem 'The.
As with any fine Oxford anthology, The Oxford Book of Sea Stories includes a few surprises as well. In "Mocha Dick," J.N. Reynolds tells of an exciting hunt for a dangerous white whale--a story that predates Moby-Dick by twelve years (Tanner also includes the conclusion of the chase from Melville's classic)/5(23).
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