Antarctic Navigation

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Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2005 - Adventure stories - 816 pages
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The dazzling landscape central to this multifaceted tale of adventure and aspiration is the white Antarctic vastness known as the Ice. The story told is of an expedition to the South Pole, led by a young, ardent American woman, Morgan Lamont - an expedition inspired and haunted by the tragic journey, eighty years before, of the British explorer Robert Falcon Scott. For Morgan, Scott's life, his dream, his death, and the very concept of Antarctic navigation are obsessive emblems of the search for integrity in a morally precarious age. Freed by her mother's quixotic and frightening sacrifice and the generosity of a hitherto estranged grandfather, she sets out to fulfil her own dream - to vindicate Scott by recreating his historic polar expedition.

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This massive tome of a novel follows Morgan Lamont's journey from childhood, when she first becomes fascinated with the ill-fated expedition to the South Pole by explorer Robert Falcon Scott, to the ... Read full review

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Great story, great history of the Antartic. Favorite book of 2000. Read full review

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Elizabeth Arthur was born in New York City. She is the author of five previous novels including

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