The watch that ends the night :Physical details: 466 p. ; 23 cm. ISBN:9780763663315.
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"On Sunday, April 14, 1912, the RMS Titanic, the largest and most luxurious ship in the world, is 1,400 miles out to sea. More than two thousand men, women, and children are on board. In the distance, shrouded in darkness, and ancient iceberg lies in wait. In dozens of voices-from the unsinkable Mollly Brown to the captain who went down with the ship, from a young boy in search of dragons to a gambler in search of fools with money to lose, from the ship's rats to the iceberg itself-poet Allen Wolf offers a breathtaking, intimate recreation of that fateful night"--Cover verso.