7 edition of A whale for the killing found in the catalog.
Originally published: Boston : Little, Brown, 1972.
|LC Classifications||QL795.W5 M66 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005016940|
A Whale for the Killing focuses on a unique moment in Newfoundland history, and chronicles some history of Newfoundland and the whaling industry at the beginning. In addition, the book is a part of the "save the whales" movement that has contributed to the /5(5). Victor Scheffer's The Year of the Whale () won an award, Matthiessen's Blue Meridian () was a best seller and Mowat's A Whale for the Killing may prove just as popular. Back in , Mowat, a lover of rugged Northern communities, bought a home in Burgeo on the Sou'west coast of Newfoundland.
Read "Gus Openshaws Whale Killing Journal" by Keith Thompson available from Rakuten Kobo. Moby Dick for the blog generation. Cat food cannery worker Gus Openshaw has one goal in life: to kill a whale. Not just Brand: Macadam/Cage Publishing. A Whale for the Killing by Farley Mowat. So when a fin whale (second-largest next to the blue whale) became trapped by the tide in a small cove on the coast of Newfoundland, Mowat saw it as an opportunity to learn more about the whale at close quarters. But the book did have an impact on early whale conservation efforts. Rating: 3/5
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This is an old book rather than a classic. It did a good job at the time of writing, by awakening awareness of the dreadful slaughter and world wide ill treatment of the 'Whale Nation'; by telling of the horrific treatment dished out to a female whale who accidentally ended up in a lagoon in by: A Whale for the Killing is a heartbreaking story, pumped full of hope, sorrow, fury, and helplessness.
A Whale for the Killing is essentially the non-fictional Moby Dick. Although the book itself is short, it's scope is as massive as Moby Dick, and equally entertaining.
This book took me on/5. A Whale for the Killing presents a time when Mowat was forced to stand up to the people among whom he had chosen to live, people whom he had admired for their rugged individualism, their tenacity.
A Whale for the Killing is a classic—Mowat at his best." —John Vaillant, author of The Tiger. About the Author. Farley Mowat was born in Belleville, Ontario, in He began writing upon his return from serving in World War II, and has since written 44 books.
He spent much of his youth in Saskatoon, and has lived in Ontario, Cape Breton /5(25). The Lost Whale is a book that tells the story of a killer whale named “Luna” who loses track of his pod and chooses to befriend humans as a way to maintain his social life and identity. The Soul Of An A whale for the killing book is an Amazon best seller that focuses on the intelligent and often mysterious lives of octopus to discover what makes them such.
When an ton fin whale became trapped in a lagoon near his Newfoundland home, Farley Mowat rejoiced at the unique chance to observe one of the world's most magnificent creatures up close. But some of his neighbors saw a different opportunity altogether: in a Reviews: 1.
In the s, Farley Mowat was living in the tiny fishing community of Burgeo on the southwest coast of Newfoundland.
When an ton fin whale became trapped in a nearby saltwater lagoon, Mowat rejoiced: here was the first chance to study at close range one of the most magnificent animals in creation.
Some local villagers thought otherwise, blasting the whale with rifle fire and hacking open 4/5(6). A Whale of a Killing in Denmark – Truth. & Fiction. Summary of eRumor: An eRumor with graphic photos written in Spanish about the hunting of pilot whales on the Danish Faroe Island as a right of passage.
The whale meat is never sold, instead it is divided evenly to everyone who wants it. "A Whale for the Killing" chronicles the unlikely and you might also say, unseemly doings in a small Newfoundland outport in the s.
In what soon proved to be a run of bad luck, one of the largest of the sea mammals, a Fin whale, found itself trapped in a Cited by: Moby-Dick; or, The Whale is an novel by American writer Herman book is the sailor Ishmael's narrative of the obsessive quest of Ahab, captain of the whaling ship Pequod, for revenge on Moby Dick, the giant white sperm whale that on the ship's previous voyage bit off Ahab's leg at the knee.
A contribution to the literature of the American Renaissance, the work's genre Author: Herman Melville. “A poignant and tragic parable for our times a powerful and anguished book.” —Globe & Mail When an ton Fin Whale became trapped in a lagoon near his Newfoundland home, Farley Mowat rejoiced: here was a unique chance to observe one of the world’s most magnificent creatures up close.
Get this from a library. A whale for the killing. [Farley Mowat] -- A compelling true story of the author's desperate attempts to save an eighty-ton fin whale trapped in a Newfoundland lagoon. As he tries to persuade wildlife authorities and the Canadian press to.
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In what soon proved to be a run of bad luck, one of the largest of the sea mammals, a Fin whale, found itself trapped in a huge body of water near the town of Burgeo/5(20). A Whale for the Killing is a classic--Mowat at his best."--John Vaillant, author of The Tiger. About the Author. Farley Mowat was born in Belleville, Ontario, in He began writing upon his return from serving in World War II, and has since written 44 books.
He spent much of his youth in Saskatoon, and has lived in Ontario, Cape Breton and /5(14). Intentions of Whale in Killing Are Debated. There were no signs of foul play on the part of anyone other than the whale, but questions about the mammal’s intent continued to linger. Was the Author: Damien Cave.
The Real-Life Whale That Gave Moby Dick His Name the book–first published on this day in –has gone down in history as a killing and harvesting them for whale oil and other products. 14, views. Like this video?
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With Peter Strauss, Dee Wallace, Kathryn Walker, Bruce McGill. A female humpback whale is stranded in a small area during a storm. Fishermen of the village seek to kill the whale but a man visiting the area fights to save the whale's life/10(3).