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  • A Survivor's Tale - Thayer
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  • A Survivor's Tale - Thayer
  • A Survivor's Tale - Thayer
  • A Survivor's Tale - Thayer

A Survivor's Tale: The Titanic by John B. Thayer - introduction by Lorin Stein

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In 1940, haunted by his own survival, John B. Thayer set down his searing memories of the S.S. Titanic's last moments as a tribute to his father, who had not survived the disaster. Presented with a new introduction by Lorin Stein, A Survivor's Tale gives an unforgettable firsthand account of an event that seemingly “symbolized the collapse of civilization.”


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A Survivor's Tale: The Titanic is the fourth title in The Thornwillow Libretto Series, a publication of "little books" (the literal translation of the Italian word "libretto") designed to be a small beautiful space in which writers can make an enduring contribution to the timeline of American Literature.

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About The Author John B. Thayer is a survivor of the S.S. Titanic. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania; he later became the Financial Vice-President and Treasurer. Lorin Stein is the Editor of The Paris Review and has received a number of prestigious awards.
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PAPER:

-4 3/4" x 7 1/4"

HALF-LEATHER:

-Book: 4 7/8'' x 7 7/16''

-Clamshell Box: 5 5/8" x 8 3/8"

Edition PAPER: -First Edition of 5000 copies in blue arabesque letterpressed wrappers.

Published: 2012 HALF-LEATHER: -First Edition of 149 copies signed by the author of the introduction and the publisher, bound in half blue leather and blue paste paper. Comes in a black clamshell box with leather spine label.

Published: 2012
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