Defending Fleet And Lee


Nov 30, 2000
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Well my friends, here's my first E-T article for '09.

It doesn't add anything new per se to the subject of Frederick Fleet and Reginald Lee's sighting of the iceberg for dyed in the wool students of the disaster, but I hope it does prove instructive for members of the general public who innocently assume the 1997 James Cameron film was 100% accurate in every detail. As well as speaks up for both men and their memory in a polite, professional way.

What is more, this article allowed me to exercise my storytelling side as well as my scholarly narrative one. I hope the short work of "micro fiction" I included as a creative way of demonstrating one does not need to adulterate Fleet and Lee's story for the sake of drama is entertaining for you all as well as instructive.

Enjoy!
 

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