8 edition of Folklore and the sea found in the catalog.
Folklore and the sea
Horace Palmer Beck
by Published for the Marine Historical Association, Mystic Seaport, by Wesleyan University Press in Middletown, Conn
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 436-453.
|Statement||by Horace Beck.|
|Series||The American maritime library,, v. 6|
|Contributions||Marine Historical Association.|
|LC Classifications||GR910 .B37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 463 p.|
|Number of Pages||463|
|ISBN 10||0819540625, 0819540633|
|LC Control Number||73006011|
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Author Horace Beck, a former professor of American Literature at Middlebury College in Vermont, has been gathering the sea's folklore for many years in Europe.
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The vivid, often eerie, superstitions, tales and rituals of the sea were the sailor's response to danger - immediate and uncontrolled. As a sailing-ship beat for weeks across the Southern Ocean, domain of the albatross, meeting no one in the lonely wastes, her crew felt an urgent need to appease the sea-gods/5.
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