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Lapham's Quarterly - The Sea: Volume VI, Number 3, Summer 2013

by Lewis Lapham (Editor)

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Includes an article by M.F.K. Fisher, on pp. 155-6, titled "Life Cycle". The article is an excerpt from
Fisher's essay "Love and Death Among the Molluscs" from her 1941 book Consider the Oyster.
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I want to know what it says.  The sea, Floy, what is it that it keeps on saying?
- Charles Dickens, 1848
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Preamble:  In heavy fog on the night of October 7, 1936, the SS Ohian ran aground three miles south and west of San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge, and by noon on October 8, I was among a crowd of spectators (figure 1, page 14) come to pay its respects to the no small terror of the sea.
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