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    the Titanic was a tragic event. Everyone was devastated because of the most advanced ship of the time sunk, About the Titanic, the sinking, and about the survivors are in the following paragraphs. The Titanic was a tragic event that isn’t uncovered all the way yet. (history.com) If you have ever wondered about the Titanic you won’t have to anymore. The Titanic was 269.1 meters long making it the largest ship of its time. It had cost $7500000 to build it. It carried 2223 people and 20 lifeboats. it could carry 64 lifeboats but they thought that it wouldn't sink so they didn't carry as many as they needed. The Titanic was big and a lot was put into it. (www.titanicfacts.net) The Titanic started its voyage at 11:40 pm april 14 1912 and sunk 2:20 am. The Titanic sank in the North Atlantic Ocean near Canada. It took 74 years to find the titanic. The iceberg that sunk the titanic was believed to be 50 to 100 feet high. It devastated a lot of people and surprised everyone.(www.titanicfacts.net) (www.histortyoftetitanic.org) (www.huffingtonpost.com)…

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    Analysis Of Titanic

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    Course: Task: Date: Characterization in the “Titanic movie” James Cameron 's Titanic is organized around a memory, Old Roses; Gloria Stuar record of her voyage and relationship on the bound boat when she was seventeen years of age. The early on scenes of the pilgrims seeking Titanic, the "phantom boat," for lost fortune, and Rose 's casing story make Titanic a motion picture about going into the past and investigating a world that is currently lost. In the meantime, then again, inside the…

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    What made the sinking of the Titanic so important? The Titanic was a 3 million dollar boat that took three years to build. Everyone believe that the Titanic was unsinkable. Which was proved wrong on April 15th 1912 at 2:20am on its way to New York from Southampton, England. There was 2,240 passengers, that’s including crew. The 2 hours and 40 minutes before the Titanic sank most of those people became cowards, selfish, and only cared about the themselves and their family. The Titanic was a…

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    "There is no danger that Titanic will sink. The boat is unsinkable and nothing but inconvenience will be suffered by the passengers," said Vice-President of White Star Line, Phillip Franklin. What was the Titanic? Why was it special? What actually happened the night the “unsinkable ship” sank? Was it anyone’s fault in particular? All these questions are not as simple as they appear to be. Since there were no airplanes in the 1900s, and a lot of immigrants, ships were a popular source of…

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    Titanic Stereotypes

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    The RMS Titanic sank in 1912, but rose again in 1997. The film, which took a sweeping 11 Oscars home at the 1998 Academy Awards, touched the hearts of enormous audiences for its gut-wrenching love story, brilliant cinematography, and its use of strong female protagonists. The narrative is told through a female lens, and while it has many of the qualities usually seen in the romance genre, Titanic brings a new light to how female characters should be written. The exploration of gender stereotypes…

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    After losing sight of the Titanic, the survivors in the lifeboat had no where to look to. They were scattered throughout the vast Atlantic without much to help them. At about three in the morning, faint lights were seen by the survivors. Curious to see what the source of those lights were, they discovered that it was a ship, the Carpathia. Coming to their rescue, the Carpathia was responding to the last calls of help it received from the Titanic and was saving all the boats it spotted in the…

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    It’s 1997, the new movie ‘The Titanic’ came out into theaters. This movie was known as the first billion dollar film. The movie, based on a survivor of this tragedy who somehow found love in all of the disaster and sadness, changed the view of the movies’ audience to not just the sad aspect of the historical devastation, but as well as a view into the smaller aspects like the ballroom dancing, the lower class area, and the lives of the rich. It brought happiness, as well as anger and sadness. In…

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    Writing.engr.psu.edu is an infromational website that provides insight on the history of the Titanic, what caused the Titanic to sink, and the effects of the disaster. This article supplies crucial information on the timeline of the ship's sinking, the mechanical failure, and the design flaws. “Causes and Effects of the Rapid Sinking of the Titanic” provides awareness to how new laws and regulations were made after the tragic sinking of the Titanic. Vicki Bassett is the writer of the article…

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    Disaster of the Titanic People on Board “I thought it would be a safe steamship and I had heard it would not sink” - Margaret Devaney (Titanic Survivor) The Titanic sinking was so tragic because many lives were lost, also many bodies were not found. The Titanic sunk in the 1900’s. William McMaster Murdoch body was lost at sea. Lady Duff Gordon and Sir Cosmo Duff Gordon survived the sinking and testified at the British Enquiry into the sinking. Lastly, Charles Herbert Lightoller survived…

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    and small; but few have impacted the world like the sinking of the RMS Titanic. Even before it launched the Titanic became famous for its pure opulence and was branded “unsinkable.” Sadly its glory was short lived as not far into the first voyage it sank. This disaster sprung from a seemingly random chain of events and showed many problems with how White Star Line treated the different classes of people. In the aftermath safety conventions were held and regulations were changed. But not only…

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