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The Bodley Head, publishers, London - ISBN:0370 30764X, 1986. hardcover, 6¼" x 9¼", with dust jacket. Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent covering, with usual library stamps, stickers, and barcode cut from endpaper, etc. GOOD book in GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. This is the first comprehensive account of the Titanic disaster and its dramatic aftermath. Michael Davie has set out to look with a fresh eye at the entire complicated, contentious, and still unfinished story, from the time the ship was conceived until the discovery of the wreck (the year before this book was published); visiting the shipyards, the burial grounds, the American and British archives, the devoted amateurs who collect every Titanic relic, and relations of the survivors in order to recreate the ominous event that one thoughful survivor describes as "the day the world awoke' and the modern age began. Thirty-two b&w photographs.