The Death Ship

      B. TRAVEN
The Death Ship

This is the protest of an unknown sailor who was deprived of passport and citizenship: “The song of the real and genuine hero of the sea has never yet been sung,” says the young hero Gerald Gales; and so he sings it. He sings it in the abrupt slang of the self educated worker, in the bitter but sardonic language of life...Traven regards national and international bureaucracy as the archenemy of individual freedom.
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