Mind over matter: the epic crossing of the Antarctic continent

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Delacorte, Jun 1, 1994 - History - 322 pages
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An noted adventurer describes his ninety-seven-day, two-man, unsupported journey across the icy wilderness of Antarctica, offering a vivid narrative of the physical and mental challenges of the epic journey. Tour.

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Review: Mind Over Matter (Delta Expedition)

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A single storm could have wiped us out, mind over matter notwithstanding, but Antarctica suffered our passing as a giant that allows a fly to crawl across his face. Last line from Mind over Matter by ... Read full review

Review: Mind Over Matter (Delta Expedition)

User Review  - Carole - Goodreads

I couldnt put this book down. I am an armchair adventurer but I have been to Antarctica (but on the comfort of an eco-tour) & couldnt imagine being out there just 'alone' with friend. It was exceptional I thought. I read it years ago. Read full review

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Contents

CHAPTER ONE
1
CHAPTER TWO
23
CHAPTER THREE
39
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About the author (1994)

Douglas Mawson died in 1958 and was given a state funeral in Australia, where he was a national hero.
Ranulph Fiennes was the first person to cross Antarctica on foot. He is the author of many books including "Mind Over Matter: The Epic Crossing of the Antarctic Continent," He lives in England.

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