From Columbus’s journey in 1492 to seventeenth-century slave ships, the infamous Titanic, and present-day ocean-dwelling communities, the terrible majesty of the sea is celebrated through a collection of poems penned by a bevy of award-winning authors and poets, each with a unique voice and story. Striking mixed-media illustrations feature sailors, explorers, and refugees amid the starry skies and dark waves, conveying all the fluid strength and timelessness of the ocean.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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