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The Titanic in myth and memory

representations in visual and literary culture

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Published by I.B. Tauris in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Titanic (Steamship) in motion pictures.,
  • Titanic (Steamship),
  • Titanic (Motion picture : 1997)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementedited by Tim Bergfelder and Sarah Street.
    ContributionsBergfelder, Tim., Street, Sarah.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN1997.T54 T59 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 241 p., [8] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages241
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3438338M
    ISBN 10185043431X, 1850434328
    LC Control Number2005297179
    OCLC/WorldCa57202358

    The Last Log Of The Titanic is a serious attempt to unravel the events on Titanic's bridge and in its engine rooms that led to the accident and the ship's eventual foundering. To do that, I spent four years researching original sources--mostly the testimony of the crew who survived. There are no new "discoveries" in this book. The narrative surrounding the Titanic’s voyage, collision, and sinking in April seems tailor-made for film. With clear categories of gender, class, nationality, and religion, the dominating Titanic myth offers a wealth of motifs ripe for the silver screen-heroism, melodrama, love, despair, pleasure, pain, failure, triumph, memory and eternal guilt.

    Titanic 'down under': Ideology, myth and memorialization Article (PDF Available) in Social History 33(3) August with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Sarah Gregson. Titanic Myths. The Titanic disaster is a classic tale and now has become a modern folk story, but like all folk stories our understanding of what really happened has been clouded by the way the disaster has been recounted over the years following that terrible night in April

    Session 1: Titanic and Cultural Memory (Chair: William J V Neill) am Titanic Launch Centenary. Johnny Andrews am Keynote address Titanic: A Cultural Manifest Revisited. John Wilson Foster am Titanic in Myth and Memory. John Hill am Topography of Titanic. Kai-Olaf Hesse am Coffee break in the Canada Room.   The narrative surrounding the Titanic's voyage, collision, and sinking in April seems tailor-made for clear categories of gender, class, nationality, and religion, the dominating Titanic myth offers a wealth of motifs ripe for the silver screen-heroism, melodrama, love, despair, pleasure, pain, failure, triumph, memory and eternal guilt/5(30).


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Since its doomed maiden voyage in Aprilthe Titanic has become a monumental icon of the twentieth century and has inspired a wealth of interpretations across literature, art and media. This book is the first to present a fully comprehensive discussion of the diverse representations of the Titanic disaster in cinema, history, literature and art.

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Myth & Memory News of the sinking of Titanic was received with shock and grief. The impossible had happened and Titanic. Both book and film were highly successful and led to renewed interest in the story of Titanic.

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myth and memorialization In memory of my great-grandfather, William Edward Bessant, a stoker who perished in the Titanic sinking Political symbols and acts of persuasion carry with them complex networks of social customs, aspirations, and fears.

Sean Wilentz, Rites of Power INTRODUCTION On 15 April RMS Titanic hit an iceberg and sank. Myth & Memory. News of the sinking of Titanic was received with shock and grief. The impossible had happened and the most technologically advanced ship of its time was now lying at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). The story of the Titanic is a modern myth par excellence.

To describe it as a myth is not, however, to attempt to reduce it (or ourselves) to a ‘primitive’ level.

On the contrary, our examination is to take myth and the Titanic extremely seriously; to make universal and non-hierarchical claims for cultures ancient and modern, distant and Author: Richard Howells.

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This book. Until Lord’s book, what most people had read about the Titanic came from the initial news stories, and then, as the years passed, from articles and interviews published on anniversaries of the Author: Daniel Mendelsohn. The narrative surrounding the Titanic’s voyage, collision, and sinking in April seems tailor-made for clear categories of gender, class, nationality, and religion, the dominating Titanic myth offers a wealth of motifs ripe for the silver screen-heroism, melodrama, love, despair, pleasure, pain, failure, triumph, memory and eternal guilt.

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Tim Bergfelder and Sarah Street, London: I.B. Tauris, 53–Cited by: On Apthe Titanic struck an iceberg off Newfoundland. Taking more than 1, souls with her, Titanic sunk on what was intended to be the glorious maiden voyage of the biggest, most expensive, and most technologically advanced ship ever built.

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