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heart of the Antarctic.

Shackleton, Ernest Henry Sir

heart of the Antarctic.

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Published by Heinemann in London .
Written in English

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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The Heart of the Antarctic Vol 1 by Ernest Shackleton/5. The Antarctic Book, which includes the 16 signatures of the shore party, was issued only with this Limited Edition of The Heart of the Antarctic and has never been reprinted.

It contains reproductions of drawings done by the party, including four mounted color portraits, the poem "Erebus" by Shackleton and the whimsical story "Bathybia" by.

The heart of the Antarctic by Shackleton, Ernest Henry Sir; 9 editions; First published in ; Subjects: British, Discovery and exploration, British Antarctic Expedition (), Accessible book, British Antartic expedition,Découverte et exploration, British Antartic expedition (), British Antarctic Expedition () fast (OCoLC)fst; Places: Antarctica.

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Published by William Heinemann, London; quarto. First edition, Book Edition: First Edition, First Impression. The Heart of the Antarctic, Illustrated by Ernest Shackleton. The scientific results of the expedition cannot be stated in detail in this book. The expert members in each branch have contributed to the appendices articles which summarise what has been done in the domains of geology, biology, magnetism, meteorology, physics, &: This is widely regarded as being the best Antarctic book ever written, and by some - the best travel book ever heart of the Antarctic.

book. Never out of print since first published in 'Cherry' was the 2nd youngest and one of the bravest on Captain Scott's famously fatal expedition of to be the first to reach the South Pole.

Presented by Adam Douglas, Senior Rare Book Specialist at Peter Harrington. First signed limited edition: Heart of the Antarctic number. The Antarctic book: winter quarters By. Shackleton, Ernest Henry, Sir, Mawson, Douglas, Sir, Constitutes v.

[3] of E. Shackleton's The heart of the Antarctic. London, copies printed by Ballantyne and Company. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Heart of the Antarctic by Shackleton, Ernest Paperback Book The Fast Free at the best online prices at eBay.

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The heart of the Antarctic by Shackleton, Ernest Henry Sir,J.B. Lippincott company edition, in English. The Heart of the Antarctic "Men go out into the void spaces of the world for various reasons. Some are actuated simply by a love of adventure, some have the keen thirst for scientific knowledge, and others again are drawn from the trodden paths by the 'lure of little voices,' the mysterious fascination of Author: Ernest H.

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The Heart of the Antarctic, Illustrated by Ernest Shackleton. The scientific results of 5/5. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user : Ernest Shackleton led two Antarctic expeditions, and died shortly after the beginning of a third.

His first expedition was not a total success (they did not reach the South Pole), and the second was, in some senses, a total failure (they never reached the Antarctic mainland at all). Yet it is the second for which he is remembered. His expedition ship Endurance was trapped, then crushed in the.

Quarto, bound in full (Heart of the Antarctic) and half (Antarctic Book) vellum, top edges gilt. First and only edition of The Antarctic Book, with the signatures of every member of the party, including Ernest Shackleton. In fine condition with light shelfwear.

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SHACKLETON,ERNESTTheHeart of the Antarctic. Being the story of the British Antarctic Expedition [andThe Antarctic Book]. London: William Heinemann, FIRST EDITION, NUMBER OF A LIMITED EDITION OF COPIES, THE ANTARCTIC BOOK SIGNED BY 15 MEMBERS OF THE SHORE PARTY AND MACINTOSH, withthesecond corrected stateoftheAntarctic Book, 3 volumes.

Background. The book of Shackleton's Nimrod Expedition of – was written, based on Shackleton's dictation, by Edward Saunders, a reporter on the Lyttelton Times in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Saunders was recommended to Shackleton by the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Sir Joseph Ward; he accompanied Shackleton to Britain to work on The Heart of the Antarctic, which appeared in Author: Ernest Shackleton.

Bibliographic details. Aurora Australis was written during the British Imperial Antarctic Expedition or the Nimrod Expedition (–09) led by Ernest ed entirely by members of the expedition, the book was edited by Shackleton, illustrated with lithographs and etchings by George Marston, printed by Ernest Joyce and Frank Wild, and bound by Bernard Day.

The Heart of the Antarctic, Being the Story of the British Antarctic Expedition was first published in two volumes by William Heinemann, London, in November Heinemann also issued a three-volume deluxe edition of numbered vellum-bound copies that year.

The Heart of the Antarctic and the Antarctic Book Being the Story of the British Antarctic Expedition - With An Introduction By Hugh Robert Mill, D. An Account Of The First Journey To The South Magnetic Pole By Professor T.W.

Edgeworth David F.R.S. [together with;] The Antarctic Book. Wint. Heinemann, The Heart of the Antarctic Content Page Return to the Previous Chapter (HOME) CHAPTER XXII Mawson started changing his plates in the sleeping-bag, while I prepared to go out with my sketch-book and get an outline panoramic view of the grand coast ranges now in sight.

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Shackleton here tells the quite remarkable story of the British Antarctic expedition of to THE HEART OF THE ANTARCTIC* BY EDWIN SWIFT BALCH (Map facing p. 80) In the annals of Polar discovery, no more brilliant exploit can be found than the Antarctic voyage of exploration under the command of Ernest H.

Shackleton. Well conceived, well planned and well carried out, it has added to the realm of geography a vast amount of knowledge. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Shackleton, Ernest Henry, Sir, Heart of the Antarctic.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott Co., London, Heineman,   This is a very nice, somewhat abridged edition of "Heart of the Antarctic." Compared with the Carroll & Graf trade edition, this does have some bits edited from the expedition preparations and the account of the Furthest South journey, but, unlike the Carroll & Graf edition, it has Professor David's account of the march to the South Magnetic Pole and an account of the Northern Party journey Cited by: The Antarctic Book, which includes the 16 signatures of the shore party, was issued only with this Limited Edition of The Heart of the Antarctic and has never been reprinted.

It contains reproductions of drawings done by the party, including four mounted color portraits, the poem “Erebus” by Shackleton and the whimsical story “Bathybia.

the heart of the antarctic. being the story of the british antarctic expedition [and the antarctic book]. london: william heinemann,   The book is Lot 55 at the auction, which also includes a number of other Antarctic travelogues, maps, and paintings.

It is expected to fetch between $70, and $, It Author: Cara Giaimo. David Grann's book "The White Darkness" has chilling pictures of Antarctica expeditions of British explorer Henry Worsley along with those of Worsley's predecessor and idol, Ernest Shackleton.

The Heart of the Antarctic, Illustrated by Ernest Shackleton. The scientific results of the expedition cannot be stated in detail in this book.

The expert members in each branch have contributed to.First edition, de luxe issue, no. 4 of sets, including the first and only edition of the Antarctic Book, with the signatures of all members of the shore party and Mackintosh. 'The three-volume special edition [of The Heart of the Antarctic] is one of the most handsome productions in the Antarctic canon.

Nothing was spared by the publisher.The Heart of the Antarctic is Shackleton’s two-volume account of the expedition, written on the passage by ocean liner from New Zealand back to Britain and published in October On Decemthe Norwegian Roald Amundsen and four companions finally reached the pole.