The Ship Of Dreams: The Sinking Of The Titanic and the End of the Edwardian Era


Anne N.

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This appears to be a new book (2019). I'm reading it now; it follows six passengers from boarding to the sinking and either death or survival. It does go off on several tangents describing political and social events of the day (suffrage, Irish Home Rule, the decline of the aristocracy even before World War I), and it can get tedious in places. But of all books I've read, it's the first to give much space to Dorothy Gibson, an early silent film actress. So far I recommend!
 

AlexP

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Here is the link to amazon.com Robot Check
It is published in all formats. The previews are available from both amazon and google books The Ship of Dreams
On Amazon you could either read or listen to some extracts from the book.
I’ve already ordered it from my local library to be delivered to my kindle.
 

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