Against the Raging Sea : Stories from the Golden Age.

BELL, John, (ed.). Against the Raging Sea : Stories from the Golden Age. Edited by John Bell. Lawrencetown Beach, NS: Pottersfield Press, (2002). First Edition. Pp. (6),7-192. 8vo, illustrated orange card covers. "In 1995, Atlantic literary historian John Bell explored the golden age of the sea story in the groundbreaking anthology Atlantic Sea Stories. In this welcome newcollection, he continues his explorations, offering another selection of c lassic tales by Frederick William Wallace, Archibald MacMechan, Theodore Goodridge Roberts, Arthur Hunt Chute, and other neglected masters of the sea story. Whether portraying the everyday struggles of fishermen and other Atlantic mariners, or more extraordinary events such as disasters at sea, these authors all brought to their writing a striking immediacy that was often based on first-hand experiences. Their memorable stories capture the drama and adventure of seafaring life in the Atlantic region during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries." - from rear cover. Contents:: NormanDuncan's "The Fruits of Toil", Colin McKay's "Scotty", Frederick William W allace's "Wintr Fishing" and "Like a Proper Sailorman!", Wilfred T. Grenfell's "The Leading Light", Archibald MacMechan's "Via London", Arthur Hunt Chute's "The Hell Driver" and "The Avenger", and Theodore Goodridge Roberts's"The Fury". Very good. 12.00

Title: Against the Raging Sea : Stories from the Golden Age.

Author Name: BELL, John, ed. WALLACE, Frederick William) MacMECHAN, Archibald) GRENFELL, Wilfred T.)

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Publisher: Pottersfield Press, Lawrencetown Beach, NS, 2002, ISBN:1895900484:

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