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Beschreibung des Verlags

In 1912, Daniel Burnham and his family are aboard the RMS Olympic, the second largest cruise ship in the world and sister ship to the Titanic. Burnham has gained fame and wealth from aiding in the construction of the World’s Fair at Chicago in 1893. Nearly two decades later, Burnham is sixty-two years old and unable to enjoy the cruise ship outside of his room due to his foot injury. While he’s confined, Burnham delivers a message to Frank Millet, a dear friend aboard the Titanic. In light of the Titanic’s accident, the message is rejected. This news distresses Burnham, because Millet was one of the only living supporters of the Chicago Fair since its completion in 1893, and inspires him to share the events of the era. This is a summary and analysis of the book and NOT the original book

GENRE
Nachschlagewerke
ERSCHIENEN
2016
June 3
SPRACHE
EN
Englisch
UMFANG
27
Seiten
VERLAG
Summary Station
GRÖSSE
122.7
 kB

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