6 edition of S. S. Great Eastern found in the catalog.
February 26, 1980
by David & Charles PLC
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
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Financial misadventures, including one of the unregulated market’s frequent crashes, meant that S.S. Great Eastern was not used to carry passengers and freight to Australia. Instead, she was sent between England and America, where she was too big to compete with smaller ships.
And here she did prove by: 3. Sculpting characters ripped from both the real world and iconic fiction, THE GREAT EASTERN threads a compelling narrative through historical wormholes that engage Jules Verne’s Captain Nemo, Herman Melville’s Captain Ahab, and the British Empire’s heroic engineer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel/5(20).
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But when he’s kidnapped by Nemo to help design a submarine with which to fight the laying of the Author: Howard A. Rodman. Get this from a library. The greatest iron ship: S.S. Great Eastern. [George S Emmerson] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Book: All Authors / Contributors: George S Emmerson.
Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. THE GREAT EASTERN. The Great Eastern is a sprawling, lavish anticolonial adventure novel, set in the ss in New York, London, Paris, India, and the North Atlantic.
Pitted against each other: the two great 19th-century anti-heroes, Captain Nemo and Captain Ahab – one who lives beneath the waves and hates everything upon them, one who lives upon the waves and. A dazzling, inventive literary adventure story in which Captain Ahab confronts Captain Nemo and the dark cultural stories represented by both characters are revealed in cliffhanger fashion.
A sprawling adventure pitting two of literature’s most iconic anti-heroes against each other: Captain Nemo and Captain Ahab/5(17).
An Atlantic crossing on the SS Great Eastern is the backdrop to Jules Verne's novel A Floating City. The SS Great Eastern and its creator Isambard Kingdom Brunel are central to Howard A.
Rodman's novel The Great Eastern. Research Assistant Meredith More reveals the story behind Robert Howlett's iconic photographs of the 'Great Eastern', the famous steamship designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
The Great Eastern made her first voyage across the Atlantic in Juneat an average speed of nearly 13 knots, with an average coal consumption of tons a day. The technical details of her paddle machinery are given on page The four great cylinders of the paddle engines had a diameter of over 6 feet and a stroke of 14 feet.
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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Brunel's blueprint for decades of ship design. Discover more about the ship the Great Eastern, which stretched to the limits of Victorian technology and, perhaps, cost the.
SS Great Eastern was an iron sailing steam ship designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, and built by J. Scott Russell & Co. at Millwall on the River Thames, London. She was by far the largest ship ever built at the time of her launch, and had the capacity to carry 4, passengers around the world without refuelling.
Her length of feet ( m) was only. “Howard Rodman's The Great Eastern is a book of confabulations, real and imagined. Surprises on every page. A splendid and notable achievement.” —Ricky Jay “The ultimate confluence of the nineteenth-century, its technological advances, anti-heroes, and crimes.
Financial misadventures, including one of the unregulated market’s frequent crashes, meant that S.S. Great Eastern was not used to carry passengers and freight to Australia. Instead, she was sent between England and America, where she was too big to compete with smaller ships. And here she did prove sinkable.
Improved market conditions helped send earnings soaring at Great Eastern Holdings in the second quarter. It reported net profit of $ million. It took men two years working 24/7 to dismantle the Great Eastern. During this time, several newspapers reported the discovery of two skeletons in the inner shell on the port side.
This reinforced people’s belief that this ill-fated ship was haunted. The Great Eastern was probably haunted but not by two enclosed bashers. Howard Rodman's "The Great Eastern" is one of those (all too) rare books that whisks the reader off into a dual experience of entering another time and place — first, through the story itself; and second, through the joy of feeling that you have been transported back years or so to an era in which books like this were s: The Great Eastern was the biggest ship in the world for half a century and changed shipbuilding forever.
This is the heroic story of the first iron ship, the first luxury cruise liner and the ancestor of the super tanker. The photographs of Robert Howlett help tell the story of a ship that amazed the world, then joined it up.
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