Glory o' the Dawn

Glory o the Dawn In Glory o the Dawn a short tale of coastal Maine an outcast craftsman is caught up in a small town curfuffle when he builds an exquisite but ill fated model of a ship Harold Pulsifer weaves diverse

  • Title: Glory o' the Dawn
  • Author: Harold T. Pulsifer Christopher D. Cook
  • ISBN: 9781522781639
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback
  • In Glory o the Dawn, a short tale of coastal Maine, an outcast craftsman is caught up in a small town curfuffle when he builds an exquisite but ill fated model of a ship Harold Pulsifer weaves diverse threads about ships and the sea, small town society, near obsessive perfectionism, nostalgia, and letting go When these threads are pulled together, the reader is left tIn Glory o the Dawn, a short tale of coastal Maine, an outcast craftsman is caught up in a small town curfuffle when he builds an exquisite but ill fated model of a ship Harold Pulsifer weaves diverse threads about ships and the sea, small town society, near obsessive perfectionism, nostalgia, and letting go When these threads are pulled together, the reader is left to contemplate the meaning of human dignity In Pulsifer s Gloucester Offshore the author waxes philosophical while recounting a perilous night at sea in dense fog Edited and with a biographical note by Christopher D Cook.

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