first editionoriginal brick red cloth spine lettered in white over gray boards, map endpapers
by BUTLER Daniel Allen
Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, (1998). First edition. original brick red cloth spine lettered in white over gray boards, map endpapers. Fine/pictorial dust jacket (slightly spotted on rear panel). Quarto. "Unsinkable" recounts the story of "Titanic" in remarkable depth and detail, and with an intensity and sympathy uncomon to other works about the ship. Here, no heroes are protected nor are any individuals sought out for scapegoating. Unique among recent works on the "Titanic" disaster, the text leaves the readers free to draw their own conclusions about who or what was responsible for the disater, while never letting them forget the horrifying experiences of those who survived and the tragedies of those who died the night "Titanic" sank. -from the dust jacket. (Inventory #: 33918)
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