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9780062094544 Award-winning historian Frances Wilson delivers a gripping new account of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, looking at the collision and its aftermath through the prism of the demolished life and lost honor of the shipâ€™s owner, J. Bruce Ismay. In a unique work of history evocative of Joseph Conradâ€™s classic novel Lord Jim, Wilson raises provocative moral questions about cowardice and heroism, memory and identity, survival and guiltâ€”questions that revolve around Ismayâ€™s loss of honor and identity as his monolithic ventureâ€”a ship called â€œThe Last Word in Luxuryâ€ and â€œThe Unsinkableâ€â€”was swallowed by the sea and subsumed in infamy forever.
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9780394743677 Hailed by the New York Times as "wildly ambitious" and "the sort of book that a young Herman Melville might have written had he lived today and studied such...
9780674725447 For much of the twentieth century, large companies employing many workers formed the bedrock of the U.S. economy. Today, on the list of big business's priorities, sustaining the employer-worker...
9780713454109 1987 Publication (probable First). Book is as new with price clipped from lower front corner of DJ. It appears not have been read. Ships next day from the US....