Alone

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G. P. Putnam's sons, 1938 - History - 294 pages
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"Alone" is the account of Byrd's five months' isolation at Advance Base, the place, far south of Little America, where in 1934 he nearly died.

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Review: Alone: The Classic Polar Adventure

User Review  - Melissa - Goodreads

Slow, at times, and took me a while to get through. I thought it was an amazing look at a landscape I will never, ever see for myself, as well as hardships I never hope to endure. The afterword helped round out the story and Byrd's character well. Read full review

Review: Alone: The Classic Polar Adventure

User Review  - Mark Goodwin - Goodreads

It is incredible what Byrd put himself through. Faced death on many occassions while alone in the world`s most danger weather observation post - temperatures that sometimes went into the -70s . A ... Read full review

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THE IDEA
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the decision
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the god of 8 5 60
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