5 edition of The Maritime dimension found in the catalog.
The Maritime dimension
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by R.P. Barston and Patricia Birnie.|
|Contributions||Barston, R. P., Birnie, Patricia W.|
|LC Classifications||JX4411 .M27|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||194 p. :|
|Number of Pages||194|
|ISBN 10||0043410154, 0043410162|
|LC Control Number||80040751|
The term also developed untermensch resonances see Matthew Arnold. The darkest aspect of this, involving both greed and cruelty is seen in the slave trade: "The story of Britain's involvement in the slave trade echoes the profit versus morality debate that is present in so many maritime novels". First because of the economic opportunities brought by the sea and then through the influence of the Romantic movement. Parthasarathy While the present discourse in India is largely on its civilizational past and on the contemporary challenges across its land borders, very little attention has been paid to the crucial and indeed imperative role of seafaring trade and maritime security, and indeed the entire spectrum of maritime affairs.
At times the swan's song I took to myself as pleasure, the gannet's noise and the voice of the curlew instead of the laughter of men, the singing gull instead of the drinking of mead. The point of the story was straightforward: the sea-god, which sustains life through the bounty of the sea, demands perpetual appeasement, and it is the lot of maritime communities to offer that sacrifice — fishermen lost at sea, for example, or mariners drowned in shipwrecks. The success of this further inspired Nathaniel Coverly, Jr. Subsequently erosion laid bare the granite the Cornubian batholith, as it is called by geologistsforming the granite backbone of Cornwall that we recognise today.
Please review the types of cookies we use below. In both areas the seabed gradually shelves and becomes narrower, the rate of change over distance producing differing effects in the tidal movements of the waters between north and south. Likewise, inundations from the sea continued until perhaps as late as the eleventh century: the Isles of Scilly had been essentially a unitary block until about that time, when it fragmented into the archipelago we recognise today. By the end of the early Mesolithic period c. In steerage there are Spanish workers being returned from Cuba.
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By the Neolithic period the domestication of animals was increasing and people had learned how to cultivate land and harvest crops: hunter-gatherers had become farmers.
For example, William Golding's To the Ends of the Earth trilogy, explores the complexities of what constitutes a stable and acceptable male role as the civilian main character is thrust into the militaristic world of the navy, and is forced to work out afresh his own ideas of manhood.
The Critical Geopolitics of Seapower 3. Neale ; these authors frequently both reflect on and defend the public image of the navy. His most famous novel, Heart of Darknessis based on a three-year employment with a Belgian trading company. For example, Iglesias describes Coopers novels and the subsequent novels in the American tradition growing out of "a distinctive attitude borne of commercial enterprise, confronting and ultimately superseding its Atlantic rival.
This really is a landmark work that puts Dr Germond in the forefront of contemporary maritime security analysts. Similarly, a prehistoric belief in river-spirits and sea-gods may also be detected in the enduring themes of Cornish folklore. Bob Quinn developed these ideas into a book: The Atlantean Irish: Ireland's oriental and maritime heritage.
Trade flourished from western shores across the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean until European dominance of the sea lanes gained ascendancy.
An early, somewhat disapproving, portrait of ordinary seamen is found in Herman Melville 's fourth novel Redburn: His First Voyage: Being the Sailor-boy Confessions and Reminiscences of the Son-of-a-Gentleman, in the Merchant Servicepublished in Melville's semi-autobiographical account of the adventures of a refined youth among coarse and brutal sailors and the seedier areas of Liverpool.
Nautical detail and language[ edit ] A distinction between nautical fiction and other fiction merely using the sea as a setting or backdrop is an investment in nautical detail. The darkest aspect of this, involving both greed and cruelty is seen in the slave trade: "The story of Britain's involvement in the slave trade echoes the profit versus morality debate that is present in so many maritime novels".
As Cunliffe has put it: the 'Atlantic, once the end of the world, was now the beginning'. Swedish novelist Frans G. First because of the economic opportunities brought by the sea and then through the influence of the Romantic movement. Whilst the Indian Navy remains the centerpiece of his narrative, the array of these agencies signifies that a favorable maritime order can only be shaped by the breadth of these organizations.
As he reviews these governance mechanisms, the author makes concrete suggestions to make them, especially those concerning the Indian Ocean, capable of multilateral efforts and of thought leadership to stabilize and buttress the maritime order for salutary effect on the global security paradigm as a whole.
In the Late Neolithic era c. A huge mass of molten granite welled up in a line from what is now the Isles of Scilly to Dartmoor. In the far west the coastline is itself granitic — with sheer granite cliffs meeting the full force of the Atlantic ocean — and in much of the rest of Cornwall, if we may generalise, the cliffs are composed of metamorphic slate, sedimentary material heated and hardened by the granitic intrusion.
The Western Approaches benefit from the oceanic circulation pattern called the north Atlantic drift, whose Gulf Stream brings warm-water species which find shelter in the varied form of Cornwall's coastline, with its cliffs, sandy beaches and estuaries.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. Books shelved as maritime: In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex by Nathaniel Philbrick, Master and Commander by Patrick O'Brian, M.
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