... of seaweed. And then the foul mass of the kraken found itself, contrary to all previous experience, rising involuntarily, being compelled to leave its infernal shades, and without any previous preparation for such a change of pressure to visit the... Deep-sea plunderings - Page 224by Frank Thomas Bullen - 1902 - 361 pagesFull view
- About this book
Literary Criticism - 1901
...the craving stomach of the big mammal, it was welcomed as good beyond all other food yet encountered. Once this had been realized, what had originally been...that appalling vision, their wild screams of affright tilling the air with lamentation. The tormented sea foamed and boiled in wide -spreading whirls, its...