The Annotated Sailing Alone Around the World
Joshua Slocum's Sailing Alone Around the World is a classic, beloved by sailors the world over who have enjoyed this engrossing tale of a man who sails around the world alone in a small wooden sailboat built with his own hands. This edition is thoroughly annotated by teacher/journalist Rod Scher, who provides explanation, commentary, and clarification that will make Slocum's masterpiece more accessible to today's readers—sailors and landlubbers alike. Scher has also added fascinating “In the News” sidebars throughout the text, which help bring to life the historical events surrounding the narrative.
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