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" State, the steamer, and the beech canoe ; they are swept by Borean and dismasting blasts as direful as any that lash the salted wave ; they know what shipwrecks are, for out of sight of land, however inland, they have drowned full many a midnight ship... "
Great Lakes Shipwrecks & Survivals - Page 13
by William Ratigan - 1977 - 384 pages
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Moby Dick: Or, The White Whale

Herman Melville - Ahab, Captain (Fictitious character) - 1892 - 545 pages
...cruiser of the State, the steamer, and the beech canoe ; they are swept by Borean and dismasting blasts as direful as any that lash the salted wave ; they...of sight of land, however inland, they have drowned full many a midnight ship with all its shrieking crew. Thus, gentlemen, though an inlander, Steelkilt...
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Redburn : His First Voyage ; White-Jacket or the World in a Man-of-War ...

1983
...cruiser of the State, the steamer, and the birch canoe; they are swept by Borean and dismasting blasts as direful as any that lash the salted wave; they know what shipwrecks arc, for out of sight of land, however inland, they have drowned full many a midnight ship with all...
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Moby Dick, Or The Whale: Volume 6, Scholarly Edition

Herman Melville, Harrison Hayford - Fiction - 1988 - 1048 pages
...cruiser of the State, the steamer, and the birch canoe; they arc swept by Borean and dismasting blasts as direful as any that lash the salted wave; they...of sight of land, however inland, they have drowned full many a midnight ship with all its shrieking crew. Thus, gentlemen, though an inlander, Steelkilt...
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Boats: An Anthology

David Seybold - Fiction - 1997 - 321 pages
...notion, writing of the Great Lakes in Moby-Dick: "... they are swept by Borean and dismasting blasts as direful as any that lash the salted wave; they...of sight of land, however inland, they have drowned full many a mid-night ship with all its shrieking crew." And in recent times a popular song about the...
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Schooner Passage: Sailing Ships and the Lake Michigan Frontier

Theodore J. Karamanski - History - 2000 - 262 pages
...sailor, Melville had a chance to warn that the inland seas were "swept by Borean and dismasting blasts as direful as any that lash the salted wave; they know what shipwrecks are, for out of the sight of land, however inland, they have drowned full many a midnight ship with all its shrieking...
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Great Short Works of Herman Melville

Herman Melville - Fiction - 2004 - 512 pages
...cruiser of the State, the steamer, and the beech canoe; they are swept by Borean and dismasting blasts as direful as any that lash the salted wave; they...of sight of land, however inland, they have drowned full many a midnight ship with all its shrieking crew. Thus, gentlemen, though an inlander, Steelkilt...
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Lake Michigan in Motion: Responses of an Inland Sea to Weather, Earth-spin ...

Clifford Hiley Mortimer - Nature - 2004 - 310 pages
...cruiser of the State, the steamer, and the beach canoe; they are swept by Borean and dismasting blasts as direful as any that lash the salted wave; they...of sight of land, however inland, they have drowned full many a midnight ship with all its shrieking crew. (Herman Melville, Moby Dick, 1851) Strong winds,...
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Great Short Works of Herman Melville

Herman Melville - Fiction - 2004 - 512 pages
...cruiser of the State, the steamer, and the beech canoe; they are swept by Borean and dismasting blasts as direful as any that lash the salted wave; they...of sight of land, however inland, they have drowned full many a midnight ship with all its shrieking crew. Thus, gentlemen, though an inlander, Steelkilt...
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Many a Midnight Ship: True Stories of Great Lakes Shipwrecks

Mark Bourrie - History - 2005 - 277 pages
...Convict Ship Success I 226 Death Merchant / 234 Survivors / 251 Notes on Sources / 267 Introduction "They know what shipwrecks are, for, out of sight of land, however inland, they have drowned full many a midnight ship with all its shrieking crew. " HERMAN MELVILLE wrote those words about the...
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Moby Dick, the Whale: Easyread Comfort Edition

Herman Melville - Fiction - 2006 - 544 pages
...cruiser of the State, the steamer, and the beech canoe; they are swept by Borean and dismasting blasts as direful as any that lash the salted wave; they...of sight of land, however inland, they have drowned full many a midnight ship with all its shrieking crew. Thus, gentlemen, though an inlander, Steelkilt...
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