The Phantom Ship

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  • Title: The Phantom Ship
  • Author: Frederick Marryat
  • ISBN: 9781846375378
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Phantom Ship
    This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps as most of these works have been housed in our most imporThis work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the world , and other notations in the work This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity individual or corporate has a copyright on the body of the work.As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.
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  • Frederick Marryat

    Captain Frederick Marryat was a British Royal Navy officer and novelist, an early pioneer of the sea story.For information, please see enpedia wiki Frederic

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  • Interesante libro de aventuras sobre el mito del Holand s Errante.La prosa de inicios del XIX se hace un poco pesada y grandilocuente La primera parte del libro puede llegar a aburrir por los vaivenes del argumento pero la segunda mitad se convierte en un relato de aventuras marineras que enganchan.Del lado del terror realmente lo que m s miedo da es la descripci n de la Inquisici n cat lica m s que la historia de espectros malditos.Debo ser un tipo bastante rarito pero lo que m s me gust es la [...]


  • Libro de aventuras y misterio, aunque lo m s interesante es c mo retrata perfectamente la sociedad pensante de principios del siglo XIX, el racismo, la intransigencia De la Iglesia, la xenofobia Los personajes m s interesantes de la historia sin duda Amina y Krantz, sin ellos el libro ser a un tost n.


  • Wer segelt so sp t durch Nacht und Wind Der Fliegende Holl nder eine alte Legende, die schon unz hlig oft bearbeitet wurde Von Richard Wagner bis Spongebob findet sich dabei f r jeden Geschmack etwas Frederick Marryats Werk aus 1839 erz hlt eine Fassung der Legende ausf hrlichst und mit vielen seem nnischen Details.Einerseits hat Marryat vereinzelt einen wunderbar lakonischen Witz, meist aber einen heutzutage schwer lesbaren schw lstigen Stil, vor allem, wenn es um die breitgetretenen Gef hle de [...]


  • As a tale of the Flying Dutchman, it drags, and drags, and drags, in a way completely impossible in modern fiction My previous candidate for toneless dragging, Joseph Conrad s Victory, is not even in the same league Mind you, the despair is well done indeed.



  • Oh One of the best novels I have ever read It had a great impact on my heart It causes very great emotion and I loved the end of the story too I definitely recommend it


  • In The Phantom Ship, Marryat brings us a wonderfully fulfilling re imagining of the legend of the Flying Dutchman Phillip Vanderdecken, Captain of the Flying Dutchman, has committed a transgression against God and is doomed to sail forever off the southwest coast of Africa in a never ending attempt at weathering The Cape The Captain s strapping young son, a devout Catholic, receives a supernatural letter from his curs d dad pleading for help to free him from his torment The younger Phillip swear [...]


  • The Phantom Ship is Marryat s re telling of the Flying Dutchman legend and, while it was slow to get going, the payoff was really worth it The Phantom Ship, tells the story of Phillip Vanderdecken s quest to free the soul of his father who has been damned to sail the seas for all eternity as captain of The Flying Dutchman Being a gothic novel, the book lacks Marryat s characteristic sense of humor and, while the scenes set at sea are as gripping as everything else I ve read by Marryat, there is [...]


  • The Phantom Ship is Marryat s re telling of the Flying Dutchman legend and, while it was slow to get going, the payoff was really worth it The Phantom Ship, tells the story of Phillip Vanderdecken s quest to free the soul of his father who has been damned to sail the seas for all eternity as captain of The Flying Dutchman Being a gothic novel, the book lacks Marryat s characteristic sense of humor and, while the scenes set at sea are as gripping as everything else I ve read by Marryat, there is [...]


  • These notes were made in 1983 Rather to my amusement, I got hooked into this one, even after the ostensible reason for reading it it influenced Stevenson in Ballantrae had passed It s about the Flying Dutchman, of course, but the Dutchman himself only flits in and out of the story until the climactic scene where the protagonist his son manages to meet him and save him from his torment Then, with a grand rush of waves, they go down together Marryat plays with a lot of supernatural stuff in this n [...]


  • Excellent gothic thriller nautical adventure as Phillip,the young hero, sets out to save his father s soul, stolen by The Phantom Ship.The plot moves through the years very quickly as Phillip makes voyage after voyage, battles greed, murder, shipwreck, the Spanish Inquisition, sometimes taking along his Arabian wife, who has her own part to play in the grand scheme of things.What amazes me about the book is the strong message for religious tolerance The plot has some surprisingly grim twists, es [...]


  • Not especially impressive The comforting religious message undercuts the setting of a world intersecting with forces from the great beyond, at first glance, capable of rationalization by man, but ultimately inexplicable and potentiality hostile Suspense is present, but not pervasive The characters development is obscured it seems like tge Phillip we start with is whom we re with until the last few pages The book is worth reading, and at times subtle, but be prepared for a heavy dose of religion. [...]


  • Although supposedly a supernatural novel it mostly covers such subjects as belief and religion Catholicism, spiritualism with characters that you soon empathise with There s also plenty of interesting historical information regarding countries allegiances at the time 1650s.There was some dated grammar language but I was able to get my head round it.I m sure i will read another novel by Marryat in due course



  • Magisk realisme fra 1800 tallet, hehe En ganske rar, men morsom bok N vet jeg hva klassikeren handler om Men tror neppe jeg anbefaler bruke tid p denne fremfor andre b ker Den l bare s lagelig til p Ordflyt






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