Why or why not?
Titanic Argument Topics
Inside the Titanic - Part 2
Discovery of the Titanic
Inside the Titanic - Part One
Let's Read the Article First
Inside the Titanic - Part 3
Inside the Titanic - Part 4
Inside the Titanic - Part 5
Price of Tickets v Survival Rate
In his book Superstitions of The sea , clary claims there
is : substantial and documental proof 1 that the engines on the Titanic were
restarted and ran for as long as 30 minutes after it hit the iceberg and stopped.
in doing so,[Clary concludes] , she undoubtedly hastened hull to greatly reduce
the precious time she had left before foundering 2.
She was not the worlds fastest ship.
Check out this second example of an informative essay about the Titanic. Read it over then jot down notes which identify the key points of information. After you have done this, check your notes against the sample notes provided.
We know before the movie begins that certain things must happen. We must see the Titanic sail and sink, and be convinced we are looking at a real ship. There must be a human story--probably a romance--involving a few of the passengers. There must be vignettes involving some of the rest and a subplot involving the arrogance and pride of the ship's builders--and perhaps also their courage and dignity. And there must be a reenactment of the ship's terrible death throes; it took two and a half hours to sink, so that everyone aboard had time to know what was happening, and to consider their actions.
Cameron's movie was based on a love story; however, the focus of this paper will be on some of the differences between the two classes aboard the Titanic.