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A number of recent titles concern disasters at sea. Among them are John Protasio's To the Bottom of the Sea: True Accounts of Major Ship Disasters (1990), Edgar Haines's Disasters at Sea (1992), Rhoda Nottridge's Sea Disasters (1993), Keith Eastlake's Sea Disasters (1999), editor Logan Marshall's The Sinking of the Titanic & Great Sea Disasters (1998), William Allen's Accounts of Shipwreck and Other Disasters at Sea (Notable American Author Series-Part I, 1998), editor Phyllis Raybin Emert's Shipwrecks: The Sinking of the Titanic and Other Disasters at Sea (Perspectives on History Series, 1998), and Michael D. Cole's The Titanic: Disaster at Sea (American Disasters, 2001).

However, the most striking recent parallel with Junger's book is Jim Carrier's The Ship and the Storm: Hurricane Mitch and the Loss of the Fantome (2000). The Ship and the Storm tells the story of a 282-foot steelhulled, four-masted schooner, the Fantome, which, in October 1998, disappeared at sea with its thirty-one crew members...

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