Riding the Black Ship

RIDING THE BLACK SHIP JAPAN AND TOKYO DISNEYLAND Harvard East
Asian Monographs, 173 Riding the Black Ship Japan and Tokyo Disneyland
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Riding the Black Ship

Author: Aviad E. Raz

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 1684173167

Page: 262

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In 1996 over 16 million people visited Tokyo Disneyland, making it the most popular of the many theme parks in Japan. Since it opened in 1983, Tokyo Disneyland has been analyzed mainly as an example of the globalization of the American leisure industry and its organizational culture, particularly the "company manual." By looking at how Tokyo Disneyland is experienced by employees, management, and visitors, Aviad Raz shows that it is much more an example of successful importation, adaptation, and domestication and that it has succeeded precisely because it has become Japanese even while marketing itself as foreign. Rather than being an agent of Americanization, Tokyo Disneyland is a simulated "America" showcased by and for the Japanese. It is an "America" with a Japanese meaning.

The Black Ship

She is later adopted and raised by an Amphorian family. With the recent attention given to the 60s scoop of Indigenous people in Canada, the parallels in the novel are quite striking.

The Black Ship

Author: Gerry William

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781926886381

Page: 246

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"Enid Blue Starbreaks is a Repletian who survives a mass killing of her people on the Pegasus. She is later adopted and raised by an Amphorian family. With the recent attention given to the 60s scoop of Indigenous people in Canada, the parallels in the novel are quite striking. Despite the attempt to erase Enid’s memory, and despite being integrated into the Amphorian society, the older, lingering memories of who she was shadow her, but also at the same time light a path for her across the stars. Despite the racism she experiences, she rises up the ranks of the Amphorian navy, and eventually becomes an admiral of the fourth fleet. Eventually, her uncle Leon Three Starbreaks connects with her, and her circle back to her people is complete although somewhat fractured"--Introduction by Neal McLeod.

The Black Ship

Finally, The Black Ship concludes with a Chaosmological vision of this universe that both relates to and differs from ancient Gnostic teachings, with some new elements that may surprise. New edition with illustrations by Hagen von Tulien.

The Black Ship

Author: Malphas

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780984776702

Page: 150

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Part grimoire and part manifesto, The Black Ship presents the vision of the Pandemonium Mandala, teaches the lore of the emergent Daemonic race and is the blueprint for a culture based on Left-Hand Path principles. It begins with such basics as the invocation of the personal Daemon and new ways of consecrating working tools and personal space before exploring work with Ancestral spirits, the Mysteries of the Lesser and Greater Sabbats, the Sacrament of the Royal Blood of Chaos and the techniques of Transmogrification. It then explores the Daemonic rationale underlying new conceptions of politics, law and the evolutionary implications of space migration. Finally, The Black Ship concludes with a Chaosmological vision of this universe that both relates to and differs from ancient Gnostic teachings, with some new elements that may surprise. New edition with illustrations by Hagen von Tulien.

The Black Ship

Dudley Pope meticulously researches the story of the bloodiest mutiny in the history of the Royal Navy - the butchering of the officers aboard His Majesty's Frigate HERMIONE 32 guns, in the West Indies in 1797.

The Black Ship

Author: Dudley Pope

Publisher: Pen and Sword

ISBN: 1473819105

Page: 366

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Dudley Pope meticulously researches the story of the bloodiest mutiny in the history of the Royal Navy - the butchering of the officers aboard His Majesty's Frigate HERMIONE 32 guns, in the West Indies in 1797. The captain of the frigate, Hugh Pigot, was a brutal and sadistic commander who flogged his men mercilessly and drove them beyond the limits of endurance. However, nothing could excuse the slaughter of guilty and innocent officers alike as the mutineers went wild and committed crimes beyond anything Pigot could have dreamt up. Not content with that, they then took the ship into an enemy port and gave her up to the Spanish who, unaware of the true facts for some time, nevertheless greeted them with the contempt they deserved. The Spanish took the ship into their service but due to an amazing episode of red tape and internal wrangling, never actually got the frigate to sea. Meanwhile the Royal Navy relentlessly hunted down the mutineers over the next ten years and of the 33 either caught or who gave themselves up, 24 were either hanged and hung in chains upon gibbets, or transported for life. A number managed to escape justice. The author describes these events which end with the daring re-capture of the HERMIONE under the guns of Spanish forts, with Captain Edward Hamilton leading 100 English sailors in six open boats in one of the most brilliant cutting-out expeditions in naval history.

The Black Ship

The saboteur is desperate to stop the black ship from making port even if that means killing every soul aboard.

The Black Ship

Author: Diana Pharaoh Francis

Publisher: Bell Bridge Books

ISBN: 1611945283

Page:

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Banned from the sea by a vindictive master pilot and cast out of Crosspointe's Pilot Guild, Thorn believes his life is over--until he's conscripted to serve aboard the rogue ship Eidolon, which is pitch black, a shadow in the night, and sails with an unknown purpose. Thorn finds himself pilot to a mutinous, wreck-cursed crew, taking orders from an insane captain, and battling not only the terrifying magic of the sea, but also a traitor to whatever secret mission the Eidolon serves. The saboteur is desperate to stop the black ship from making port even if that means killing every soul aboard. Certain his kidnapping and duty on the black ship is no coincidence, Thorn must find a way to survive long enough to get the answers he needs. Who destroyed his life? And why?

Tales of Terror from the Black Ship

At the Old Inn, which clings precariously to a cliff top above a storm-lashed ocean, two sick children are left alone while their father fetches the doctor.

Tales of Terror from the Black Ship

Author: Chris Priestley

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1408811936

Page: 256

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At the Old Inn, which clings precariously to a cliff top above a storm-lashed ocean, two sick children are left alone while their father fetches the doctor. Then a visitor comes begging for shelter, and so begins a long night of storytelling, in which young Ethan and Cathy, who have an unnatural appetite for stories of a macabre persuasion, sit out the last throes of the storm in the company of a sailor with more than enough grisly tales to satisfy them. But something about this sailor puts Ethan on edge, and he becomes increasingly agitated for his father's return. Only when the storm blows itself out can Ethan relax - but not for long, for the new dawn opens the children's eyes to a truth more shocking, more distressing than anything they heard the night before.

The Black Ship

In 1717, "The Black Ship", a pirate vessel, was wrecked off Cape Cod, Massachusetts, along with its loot. This book describes the author's search for the wreckage, a search which lasted nearly 20 years.

The Black Ship

Author: Barry Clifford

Publisher: Headline Book Publishing

ISBN: 9780747222972

Page: 311

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The Black Ship

PRAISE FOR CAROLA DUNN'S DAISY DALRYMPLE SERIES: 'Cunning... appropriate historical detail and witty dialogue are the finishing touches on this engaging 1920s period piece.

The Black Ship

Author: Carola Dunn

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1849018340

Page: 352

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It is 1925 and the Honorable Daisy Dalrymple, her husband Alec Fletcher and their recent twins move to a new, large house on the outskirts of London. Set in a small circle of houses with a communal garden, it seems like the idyllic setting - that is, until a murder victim turns up under the bushes of the communal garden. Now rumours of bootleggers, American gangsters and an international liquor smuggling operation via black ships turn everything upside down. Alec, in his role as Scotland Yard detective, has been assigned to ferret out the truth behind the murder - but it is up to Daisy to find out who the dead man is, what his relationship with her new neighbours was, why he was murdered - and who it was who did him in! PRAISE FOR CAROLA DUNN'S DAISY DALRYMPLE SERIES: 'Cunning... appropriate historical detail and witty dialogue are the finishing touches on this engaging 1920s period piece.' Publishers Weekly 'As always, Dunn evokes the life and times of 1920s England while providing a plot that is a cut above the average British cosy. This will delight readers who love country-house mysteries.' Booklist For fans of Dorothy L. Sayers' novels' Library Journal

Children of the Black Ship

Not the best place for a meeting, but they didn't have anywhere else on the ship
with a large monitor. He settled into the pilot's seat and sighed. For all the years
he'd had his Black Dragon armor, Marcus had never worn it for so long at once.

Children of the Black Ship

Author: James E Wisher

Publisher: Sand Hill Publishing

ISBN: 1945763442

Page:

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Everyone’s heard stories about ghost ships. But they’re just stories…Right? On the hunt for a missing friend, Marcus and Solomon find a massive black ship in the unexplored regions. Now they have to find a way to save their trapped friend and defeat a galaxy threatening danger. It won’t be easy, but that won’t stop Marcus. He never leaves a friend behind and this time won’t be any different. Children of the Black Ship is the thrilling fourth novel in the Rogue Star Sci-Fi series.

Black Ship to Hell

Is modern man threatening to destroy his world? First published in 1962, this book, which analyzes the origins, history, and manifestations of the destructive impulse that exists in human beings, has relevance and interest for all of us.

Black Ship to Hell

Author: Brigid Brophy

Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing

ISBN: 1787205517

Page: 491

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Is modern man threatening to destroy his world? First published in 1962, this book, which analyzes the origins, history, and manifestations of the destructive impulse that exists in human beings, has relevance and interest for all of us. The author sees this impulse as primarily one of self-destruction deflected outward, and her brilliant exploration of its multiple effects takes her and the reader into regions of complex fascination. In ranging the fields of art, science, and morality for evidence to support her contentions, Miss Brophy not only reveals herself as a writer of immense cultivation and power, but also as a provocative thinker. Her basic conclusion—that the philosopher, the teacher, the psychologist, and the artist, among others, in order to be productive or even operative, must acknowledge and allow for the instinctual sources of behavior, which Freud so daringly illuminated and documented—is expressed in lively, passionate prose. This is a highly controversial book that will undoubtedly rouse storms of argument, for the issues, like the outcome, are of the deepest concern to us all. Miss Brophy’s opponents, if they are to make themselves heard, must at least match her in intellectual caliber and cultural equipment.

The Black Ship With Other Allegories and Parables

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The Black Ship  With Other Allegories and Parables

Author: Elizabeth Rundle Charles

Publisher: Wentworth Press

ISBN: 9780530904832

Page: 244

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Black Ships

And so he sailed a ship of reeds along the riverbank and through the tangled
channels of the delta past places where someday there would be cities, until he
found the sea. He looked out on the ocean where the water goes to the horizon,
and ...

Black Ships

Author: Jo Graham

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 140551535X

Page: 448

View: 904

The World is ending. One by one the mighty cities are falling: to earthquakes, to flood and to raiders - on both land and sea. In a time of war and doubt, Gull is an oracle, a mouthpiece of the gods. Daughter of a slave plundered from fallen Troy, she was chosen as a child to serve the Lady of the Dead, and it is her fate to counsel kings. When nine black ships appear as foretold in her dreams, captained by an exiled Trojan prince, Gull must make her choice. She must decide between her sacred calling and the most perilous adventure - joining her mother's people in their desperate flight from slavery. From the doomed bastions of the City of Pirates to the temples of Byblos, from the intrigues of the Egyptian court to the haunted caves beneath Mount Vesuvius, only Gull can guide Prince Aeneas on his quest. And only she can dare the gates of the Underworld itself to lead him to his destiny. In the last shadowed days of the Age of Bronze, one woman dreams of the world beginning anew. This is her story.

A Question of Time

Then he saw against the Sun, sinking blood-red into a wrack of clouds, the black
outline of a tall 195 ship with torn sails riding up out of the West. Then a wide river
flowing through a populous city. Then a white fortress with seven towers.

A Question of Time

Author: Verlyn Flieger

Publisher: Kent State University Press

ISBN: 9780873386999

Page: 276

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Tolkien's concern with time - past and present, real and faerie - captures the wonder of travel into other worlds and other times. This work shows that he was not just a mythmaker and writer of escapist fantasy but a man whose relationship to his own century was troubled and critical.

The Black Company

The First Novel of The Chronicles of The Black Company Glen Cook. pretend that
... The black ship loomed bigger and bigger. ... I learned ships.” His tone
discouraged further interrogation. Most of the men want their antecedents kept
private.

The Black Company

Author: Glen Cook

Publisher: Tor Books

ISBN: 146683109X

Page: 320

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Some feel the Lady, newly risen from centuries in thrall, stands between humankind and evil. Some feel she is evil itself. The hardbitten men of the Black Company take their pay and do what they must, burying their doubts with their dead. Until the prophesy: The White Rose has been reborn, somewhere, to embody good once more. There must be a way for the Black Company to find her... At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

ROUL

The undamaged Empire ships now had their sails fully deployed and with their
greater speed turned to chase the fleeing ships and ... The last of the fleeing ship
turned towards the black ship and fired its catapult but the shot never got close.

ROUL

Author: BRIAN S. OVERMASS

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1465306374

Page: 454

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Roul, the son of a clan chief, who like his father has inherited an unusual method of fighting. He is branded a traitor, and taken captive. He is sent to the capital and inducted into the army to train the Emperor’s soldiers. When the Empire is invaded by an army from a neighbouring country, soldiers trained and lead by Roul, achieve a stunning victory. He is rewarded by being named Duke of William Town, a small Duchy on the border. Due to his drive and intuitive his Duchy soon becomes the talk of the Empire. The expansion of the Empire’s navy based in Port William brings the Empire into conflict with The Brotherhood of the Sea, a pirate brotherhood that has ruled the seas for generations. Conflict between the two is inevitable and when victory is finally won, is it the end of the war or just the first battle in a long conflict.

Swords of Magic

Ship. “Prepare for battle!” Eric yelled throughout the ship. Warriors scrambled to
get their weapons and see what the danger was. “Take your oars! ... It was a
black dragon ship with silver shields hanging on its side. It was still too far away
to ...

Swords of Magic

Author: Wayde Bulow

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595207715

Page: 128

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Swords of Magic is about two children who grow up together in a Viking Kingdom. Helga is the King's daughter and Eric is destined to become a great Viking Warrior. While on his first raid a Viking God appears to Eric, guiding him and his ship from harms way. Returning from the raid he finds the Princess kidnapped by a Troll Warlord and the Kingdom cursed and in turmoil. Sailing after the Black Ship, he wins the Elf King's trust and obtains magic to rescue the Princess from the evil Troll Kingdom. If he doesn't hurry she will be transformed into a Troll and become their sinister Queen.