9 edition of Song of the sirens found in the catalog.
Song of the sirens
Ernest K. Gann
|Statement||[by] Ernest K. Gann.|
|LC Classifications||PS3513.A56 S6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||318|
|LC Control Number||68022966|
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Song of the Sirens is a classic. In this reprint of the original publication, author Gann recounts his seventeen most beloved sea vessels, from his years as master of a commercial fishing vessel on the Pacific coast to a boat hardly more than a raft with patchwork sails.
Part travelogue and part adventure tale, /5(30). In Song of the Sirens he writes about his adventures aboard the many ships he has owned. His writing skill takes the reader, even a landlubber like me, along with him to experience what it is like to ride out Song of the sirens book storm 50 miles off the coast of Oregon in a fishing trawler or to sail across the Atlantic Ocean with an old, rusty, leaky training boat with a suspect engine/5(30).
"Song Song of the sirens book the Sirens is rich in detail, colorful characters, and poignant insights. It is the story of one man's love affair with the old boats he has owned or chartered. Focusing on his favorites (his 17 sirens), the book explores the fascination man has with the sea and attempts to explain the allure of the vessels he has designed to sail upon her/5(30).
Song of the Sirens is a classic. Few men have lived a life of such challenge and adventure as Ernest K. Gann. Song of the Sirens is a classic. Few men have lived a life of such challenge and adventure as Ernest K.
Gann/5. Earnest K. Gann is better known for his aviation books than as a sea writer, but in "Song of the Sirens" he proves to us, his posterity, that he has as deft a mastery of the sea tale as he does of the aviation one. Unlike his aviation stories (both fictional and autobiographical), /5(30).
The siren’s song, a sweet and hypnotic melody, unleashes zombie-like mermaids turned human bent on revenge and plagued by madness. When the sirens lure the mortals to the labyrinth tomb of Theoisis, Anita faces the demons from her nightmares.4/5. Anne Ursu is the author of The Shadow Thieves, The Siren Song, and The Immortal Fire, all books in the Cronus Chronicles series.
She has also written novels for adults. Anne teaches at Hamline University's Masters of Fine Arts in Writing for Children for Young Adults. She lives in Minneapolis with her son and cats/5(30).
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"Song of the Sirens is rich in detail, colorful characters, and poignant insights. It is the story of one man's love affair with the old boats he has owned or chartered.
Focusing on his favorites (his 17 sirens), the book explores the fascination man has with the sea and attempts to explain the allure of the vessels he has designed to sail upon : Sheridan House, Incorporated. "Song of the Sirens is rich in detail, colorful characters, and poignant insights.
It is the story of one man's love affair with the old boats he has owned or chartered. Focusing on his favorites (his 17 sirens), the book explores the fascination man has with the sea and attempts to explain the allure of the vessels he has designed to sail upon her.5/5(5).
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The Song of the Sirens book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.3/5. It in fact first started flowing about 40 years ago when, at I found a paperback copy of Ernest K.
Gann‘s Song of the Sirens stashed on the shelves of a lending library in a U.S. Army hospital in Bangkok, Thailand.
The cover of the book (seen above) was so attractive I at once swiped it and quickly devoured it whole. In Homer’s Odyssey, the Greek hero Odysseus escapes the danger of the Sirens’ song by stopping the ears of his crew with wax and having himself tied to the mast.
Siren, in Greek mythology, a creature half bird and half woman who lures sailors to. In order to stop his men from being seduced by the sirens’ singing, Odysseus had his men block their ears with wax.
As the hero wanted to hear the sirens singing, he ordered his men to tie him tightly to the mast of the ship. As Odysseus and his men sailed past the island which the sirens inhabited, Author: Dhwty. The Siren Song book. Read 29 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Captain Jack Sparrow and his crew have suddenly fallen under a sinis /5. Song of the sirens by Gann, Ernest Kellogg, Publication date Topics Fiction Publisher New York: Jove Publications English "A Jove book." Notes. some content may be lost due to the binding of the book.
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By Mary Lefkowitz. Oct. 27, ; His book also serves as a welcome reminder that some highly influential European literature has a significant moral component, and is. Listen to this siren's song Worry not for nothing's wrong Let my voice lead you this way I will not lead you astray Siren Song (Original) YouTube; My Jolly Sailor Bold.
In this collection of his essays on Homer, some new and some appearing for the first time in English, the distinguished scholar Pietro Pucci examines the linguistic and rhetorical features of the poet's works.
Arguing that there can be no purely historical interpretation, given that the parameters of interpretation are themselves historically determined, Pucci focuses instead on. The Siren had me crying at numerous points and I'm by no means a big crier in books. It wasn't just sad parts that had me crying either, I was tearing up over some of the happiest parts of the book.
Parts of The Siren were so Wow, Kiera Cass has such talent/5. "Song to the Siren" is a song written by Tim Buckley and his writing partner Larry Beckett and was released by Buckley on his album Starsailor. It was also later released on Morning Glory: The Tim Buckley Anthology, the album featuring a performance of the song taken from the final episode of The Monkees TV show which aired on Ma Genre: Folk.
The Quechua Indians associated sirens (“Sirinu”) with equal parts mystery, temptation, and magic. Sitting in a rainy hollow, our sleepy narrator tells of the sudden appearance of a beguiling, singing siren of indefinite color. The dreamy music of the opening soon turns into a bluesy, ritualistic dance when the siren begins its song.
Iftheycouldtakeout theguards, the song of the sirens was fatal. Pushed to his listeners to throw himself into the sea to reach the inginterror,Colaccelerated, move forward a little more, the attackers would surrender.3/5(4). Song of the Sirens is a classic. -- Newsweek.
About the Author. Ernest K. Gann was a sailor, a professional airline pilot, and above all, a writer Customer reviews. out of 5 stars. out of 5. 14 customer ratings. 5 star 78% 4 star 22% 3 star /5(14). The Sirens are seductive, and they sing a beautiful song that sailors cannot resist.
However, the Sirens’ song is deadly: when sailors are enticed by it and steer their ships towards it, they are lured to their death, as they crash their boats into the rocks.
The Sirens’ song is a picture of temptation. The Sirens and Ulysses is a large oil painting on canvas by the English artist William Etty, first exhibited in It depicts the scene from Homer's Odyssey in which Ulysses (Odysseus) resists the bewitching song of the Sirens by having his ship's crew tie him up, while they are ordered to block their own ears to prevent themselves from hearing the song.
“‘Come here,’ the Sirens sang, ‘renowned Odysseus, honour to the Achaean name, and listen to our two voices. No one ever sailed past us without staying to hear the enchanting sweetness of our song- and he who listens will go on his way not only charmed, but wiser, for we know all the ills that the gods laid upon the Argives and Trojans before Troy, and can tell you everything.
Start studying The Odyssey Review Questions Book The Sirens; Scylla and Charybdis. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Siren, in Greek mythology, a creature half bird and half woman who lured sailors to destruction by the sweetness of her song.
According to Homer there were two Sirens on an island in the western sea between Aeaea and the rocks of Scylla.3/5(3). Siren Song: Book 1 of the Siren Song Trilogy is author B.A.
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A summary of Books 12–14 in Homer's The Odyssey. Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of The Odyssey and what it means. Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans. "Song of the Sirens is rich in detail, colorful characters, and poignant insights.
It is the story of one man's love affair with the old boats he has owned or chartered. Focusing on his favorites (his 17 sirens), the book explores the fascination man has with the sea and attempts to explain the allure of the vessels he has designed to sail upon /5(1).Print book: Biography: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: 'Song of the Sirens' steps aboard 17 of Gann's most beloved vessels, from the beautiful brigantine Albatross, to the incredible Butterfly - hardly more than a raft with patchwork sails.