Every Man for Himself by Beryl Bainbridge

"Every Man for Himself" is a historical fiction novel centered around the ill-fated voyage of the Titanic. The story is narrated by a 22-year-old American named Morgan, who is a nephew of the owner of the ship. The novel vividly portrays the class distinctions, social norms, and personal ambitions of the era, while masterfully building up the suspense and tragedy of the impending disaster. The narrative weaves together a complex web of relationships and events, exploring themes of love, betrayal, and the human condition against the backdrop of one of the most infamous maritime disasters in history.

The 6123rd greatest book of all time


Published
1996
Nationality
British
Type
Fiction
Pages
224
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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