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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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“Alone” is the memoir written by Richard E. Byrd of his sojourn in Antarctica for the long polar night of 1934. The Afterword refers to “Byrd’s self-imposed exile inside a hut nine by thirteen feet ... Read full review

Alone: The Classic Polar Adventure (Kodansha Globe.)

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In this 1938 volume, the great explorer recounts four months he spent alone gathering scientific data in a shack in Antarctica. The result is a remarkable story of survival and adventure. This facsimile edition is published in a blue typeface. Read full review


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