3 edition of Death Ship found in the catalog.
|Statement||Macmillan Pub Co|
|Publishers||Macmillan Pub Co|
|LC Classifications||June 1962|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
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"Death Ship" was published in 1926 so I think we can guess it is well informed by the war and its devastation of the countries of Europe, probably a very well earned distrust of each other, as well as the scary rise of Communism.
It heads for another passenger ship, and the sounds of the collision are accompanied by the triumphant blasting of its horn. Both are quite obviously members of that great early 20th century literary type known as 'The Lost Generation' that Hemingway so wonderfully romanticized and that explored the fractured new world order post WWI that modernism still deals with to this day.
: In a failed attempt Death Ship regain control over the ship and stop Marshall from escaping in a life raft after the ship finds a new target, Ashland starts shooting at the machinery, only to slip and fall off Death Ship railing and plunge into the ship's steering gear, crushing him to death. The victims in this case are a straggled bunch of survivors of an ocean line crash, of which, they were all on different parts of the ship when it got rammed by the Ghost Ship, yet they miraculously all appear together in a life raft of some kind, minus George Kennedy, at first, whom they pull out of the water when he should have been drowned.
As filmed in Death Ship, it is left to be more mood than menace. The utterly retarded, painfully LONG, and gratuitous shower scene where the requisite hot chick is mysteriously locked in a shower that sprays blood as her boyfriend watches saying "don't give up" whatever that means?! Kristy told Kenneth she wanted a divorce and asked him to Death Ship off the ship at the next stop in Juneau. awarded the film 1 out of a possible 5 stars, calling the film "So ludicrous it's quite funny.
: Captain Ashland drowns in the initial sinking, and then gets possessed by ghost of the Death Ship's former commanding officer. mp3 File Size : 6.
Fortunately our main hero has an overdeveloped sense of black humour, the only thing that keeps him capable of dealing with all his problems, the only thing that helps the readers find a comfort and a reason to laugh while reading that book.
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He also helped promote belief in flying saucers, spontaneous human combustion, poltergeists, and the like Gaddis 1967.
This movie really spins it's wheels.
Traven's politically charged novels about life among the downtrodden, which have so The Death Ship tells the story of an American sailor, stateless and penniless because he has lost his passport, who is harassed by police and hounded across Europe until he finds an 'illegal' job shoveling coal in the hold of a steamer bound for destruction.