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  - Melinda Brasher - Goodreads

I found this intensely interesting, despite a few philosophy bits that dragged a bit and a little too much repetitive day-to-day detail in some areas. This polar explorer spent an Antarctic winter ... Read full review

Review: Alone: The Classic Polar Adventure

User Review  - Ryan Enser - Goodreads

This is an amazing story of how Byrd spent 4 months alone in the Antarctic. It's not fast paced, but it gives you the explorer's perspective as he flirts with challenges that include the threat of death. Read full review

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THE IDEA
7
THE DECISION
29
THE GOD OF 2 5 60
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Copyright

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