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Moods of the Sea Masterworks of Sea Poetry by George C. Solley

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Published by Naval Inst Pr .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh,
  • Sea poetry,
  • Poetry,
  • Special Subjects In Literature,
  • Sea poetry, American,
  • Sea poetry, English

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages300
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8333803M
ISBN 100870216058
ISBN 109780870216053
OCLC/WorldCa7572664

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Moods of the Sea is clearly a collection to be savored with poems dealing with everything from storms to bow legs. It's definitely a must have for any sailing library. flag Like see review/5.   Book Description: "Leila II, The Moods of the Sea" Leila, the twelve-year-old daughter of illiterate parents, spent her childhood in a mud hut in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Given to three strangers in payment for her father’s debts, she is forced to work in a brothel before being sold to a wealthy, prominent man. Hopeful: It may seem odd to look at hope as a tone of the book, but the fisherman's persistent struggle and desire to persevere light the book with a hopeful tone. The best books on The Sea recommended by Philip Marsden. The travel writer casts his net over books about the sea and comes up with a haul including Moby Dick and a naval history of Britain. Buy all books. Read. 1. Moby Dick by Herman Melville; Read. 2. The Mirror of the Sea by Joseph Conrad; Read. 3. Seven Tenths.

The setting supports the moody tone and the feeling of isolation. Santiago spends several days in his one-person fishing boat searching for a good catch and reeling in the marlin. The mood becomes more suspenseful when Santiago is injured and fears for his life as sharks continually approach the boat to feed off the dead, captured marlin. What Is the Mood of "The Seafarer?". "The Seafarer" originally appeared around A.D. in "The Exeter Book," which is the largest surviving Old English poetry collection. Benjamin Thorpe published the first full translation in , and assigned the poem its present title. "The. This one hardly needs an introduction. Often referred to as “the greatest book of the sea ever written,” Herman Melville’s masterpiece tells the story of a fanatical captain out for revenge against a whale. Full of mesmerizing characters and chilling descriptions of the sea, this book . P.L. Travers in Mary Poppins creates a cheerful mood throughout the story by using silly words, such as "supercalifragilisticexpialidocious," taking the reader on wild adventures with the children and filling the pages of the book with scenes that make you laugh out loud. Humorous: This mood is silly and sometimes ridiculous. Characters will do and say odd or funny things.

item 7 Moods of the Sea: Masterworks Book The Fast Free Shipping - Moods of the Sea: Masterworks Book The Fast Free Shipping. $ Free shipping. See all 7. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Fiction & Literature.   The mood of the story helps the reader define the author's message. The Sea-Wolf is an example of symbolic naturalism, a novel that is simultaneously a study of environmental conditioning and a symbolic tale of initiation, a ritual of death and rebirth. "Leila II, The Moods of the Sea"Leila, the twelve-year-old daughter of illiterate parents, spent her childhood in a mud hut in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Given to three strangers in payment for her father's debts, she is forced to work in a brothel before being sold to a wealthy, prominent man. Tone and Mood The novel is very enigmatic and philosophical. It is filled with metaphors, philosophical sayings and secrets. But still, it is realistic; it is about real life of sailors and other people which we meet in the book.