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The Worst Journey In the World

By Apsley Cherry-Garrard




APSLEY CHERRY-GARRARD (1886-1959) was one of the youngest members of Captain Scott's final expedition to the Antarctic which he joined to collect the eggs of the Emperor penguin. After the expedition, Cherry-Garrard served in the First World War and was invalided home. With the zealous encouragement of his neighbour, George Bernard Shaw, Cherry-Garrard wrote The Worst Journey in the World (1922) in an attempt to overcome the horror of the journey. As the years unravelled he faced a terrible struggle against depression, breakdown and despair, haunted by the possibility that he could have saved Scott and his companions.


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The Worst Journey in the World.

Cherry-Garrard, Apsley

London: Constable & Company, 1922. First edition of this classic memoir of the 1910-1913 British Antarctic Expedition. Octavo, two volumes, original half white cloth, gray paper boards. Inscribed by Apsley Cherry-Garrard in each each volume. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. In very good condition with some of the usual toning to the spines. First editions signed and inscribed are of exceptional rarity. Apsley Cherry-Garrard served as assistant zoologist on Robert Scott's tragic 1910-12 expedition to Antarctica. Dr. Wilson chose Bowers and Cherry-Garrard as his companions for a winter journey in 1911 to Cape Crozier to collect Emperor Penguin eggs. "On their return five weeks later Scott described their journey as 'the hardest that has ever been made'--a phrase which later suggested to Cherry-Garrard the title of his narrative of the fortunes of the whole expedition: The Worst Journey in the World" (DNB). When at the base, Cherry-Garrard edited the camp newspaper, South Polar Times. The following summer he accompanied Scott's polar party as far as the summit of the Beardmore Glacier, helping to establish supply and fuel depots. Scott arrived at the Pole only to find that a Norwegian team had beaten him there by a month. On the return journey, plagued by blizzards and illness, the sledge party perished near One Ton Depot, where their bodies and diaries were found eight months later by a search party that included Cherry-Garrard. "A very literate, detailed account of the expedition... one of the classics of Antarctic literature" (Conrad, 173). "The best written and most enduring account of exploits in the Antarctic" (Taurus 84). Illustrated with sketches made by Edward Wilson, the science officer of the expedition, who died returning from the pole with Scott; with photographs by expedition members Debenham and Wright; and with five maps (four folding). Rare first issue, in original half white cloth and paper-covered boards. Cherry-Garrard "insisted upon that white half-binding, since he wanted his book to look as handsome and as 'Polar' as possible... Only relatively few copies of the first edition were actually bound up... A second issue, bound in durable blue cloth, rapidly made its way onto the market" (Taurus 84). A drama documentary, also entitled The Worst Journey In The World, written by and starring Mark Gatiss, was broadcast on BBC Four in April 2007. It was also adapted by Stef Penney for the BBC as a two-part radio drama directed by Kate McAll in 2008.

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CHERRY-GARRARD, Apsley.

London: Constable and Company Limited,, 1922. Antarctic 1910-1913. 2 volumes, octavo. Original natural linen-backed pale blue boards, printed paper labels to spines, blue endpapers. Colour frontispieces with tissue-guards, 4 other coloured plates in all, 43 black and white plates, 5 maps, 4 of them folding. Some wear to tips, boards a little discoloured, front hinge of vol. I cracked but holding. A very good set. First edition, in Cherry-Garrard's preferred "Polar" binding of cloth-backed boards. "Cherry-Garrard seems an unlikely hero of Antarctic exploration, but he has achieved that status largely through this book… a young but wealthy patrician, near-sighted and frail, he paid his way onto the crew as an assistant zoologist, but performed splendidly in many harrowing situations" (Books on Ice). The "worst journey" referred to in the title is not "Scott's ill-fated rendezvous with death," but the earlier Ross Island Winter Journey, from Cape Evans to the penguin colony at Cape Crozier, with Edward Wilson and Henry "Birdie" Bowers. Both of his companions on this trip were to die on the Southern Journey with Scott, Cherry-Garrard being with the last group sent back before the final assault on the South Pole, he was also sent to rendezvous with the returning party of Scott and his four companions, and was the discoverer of the tent and their frozen bodies. The set is "widely regarded as the masterpiece of polar exploration."

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London: Constable and Company Limited, , 1922. Antarctic 1910-1913. 2 volumes, octavo. Original mid-blue cloth, title gilt to spines and front covers. Coloured frontispiece with tissue-guard to each and 4 other coloured plates in all, 43 black and white plates, 10 folding panoramas, 5 maps, 4 of them folding. Bookplate and 2 pencil inscriptions to pastedown of vol. I. Slight bumping to head and foot of spines, spines slightly faded, spine of vol. I lightly rubbed, slight white marking to rear covers, endpapers browned, half-titles lightly foxed, 2 maps in vol. II folded so that they slightly overhang the rest of the text block. A very good set. First edition, first impression. Cherry-Garrard's account of the Terra Nova expedition of 1910-13 "has often been referred to as the finest polar book ever written. Scott's diary left many facets of the expedition and the experiences of its men untold: it was Cherry-Garrard who pulled the entire story of the main party together. He was uniquely suited to do so. He was a member of the main party for the expedition's entire duration, had access to unpublished sources, and was the only member of the Winter Journey to survive the expedition. Most of all, he had the sensibilities and extraordinary literary genius necessary to cope with the complex and tragic subject of the Polar Journey" (Rosove). "Cherry-Garrard seems an unlikely hero of Antarctic exploration, but he has achieved that status largely through this book … a young but wealthy patrician, near-sighted and frail, he paid his way onto the crew as an assistant zoologist, but performed splendidly in many harrowing situations … The 'worst journey' of the title was not Scott's ill-fated rendezvous with death, but the earlier Ross Island winter trip from Cape Evans to the penguin colony at Cape Crozier … Both of Cherry's companions on the Winter Journey (as it was called) died on the Southern journey with Scott. Cherry participated on that trip but was with the last group to be sent back to the base before the final assault on the South Pole; he also was sent to rendezvous with the returning party of Scott and his four companions, a failed mission; and finally he was the one who discovered their tent and the three bodies in it" (Books on Ice). A total of 1,500 copies of the first impression were printed. The first choice "polar" binding of cloth-backed boards proved fragile and some copies were issued in this "library" blue cloth. Renard regards the blue cloth as "in many respects the most desirable"; Rosove notes that it is "significantly scarcer than the previous" binding.

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The Worst Journey in the World: Antarctic 1910-1913

CHERRY-GARRARD, APSLEY

London: Constable & Co, 1922. Two (2) volumes rebound in full green morocco gilt by Sangorski & Sutcliffe for Sotheran. 5 raised spine hubs on spine, gilt edges and marbled endpapers. This is a narrative of the 1910-1913 Robert Falcon Scott led expeditions in Antarctica. It is considered one of the finest accounts of all polar expeditions. Profusely illustrated with all fold outs and plates present. Leather faded at spine o/w a beautiful copy of a significant volume of Antarctic exploration.. 1st Edition. Leather. Near Fine. 8vo.

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The Worst Journey in the World

Apsley Cherry-Garrard

London: Constable and Company Limited, 1922. First edition. Hardcover. Here is a first edition of “one of the undisputed classics of exploration literature” in near very good condition, particularly given the edition’s inherent fragility. The publisher’s original bindings of tan linen over blue-gray paper-covered boards remain square and firmly attached, with overall wear particularly to spine ends and corners, and soiling and staining to the boards. There is a superficial horizontal tear to the foot of the Volume II spine cloth and general fraying to the spine ends of both volumes. The original paper spine labels are largely intact except for an irregular loss at the top of the Volume I label to a maximum depth of half an inch. The publisher-supplied duplicate spine labels remain tipped onto the front free endpapers. The blue-gray endpapers are intact save for cosmetic splitting on the front pastedown of Volume I (not affecting binding integrity). The numerous illustrations and maps are present including the foldout panoramas and color reproductions of expedition watercolors. Spotting is substantially confined to first and final pages of each volume and the untrimmed page edges. We find no previous ownership marks. At 24, Apsley Cherry-Garrard (1886-1959) was the youngest member of Robert Falcon Scott’s fatal Terra Nova Expedition (1910-1913) which, among other objectives, sought to be the first to reach the geographic South Pole. Born to wealth, the young Cherry “sought meaning and direction” and “He found both when he met the inspirational scientist, Bill Wilson, through whom he obtained a place on Scott's expedition.” Acutely myopic and bespectacled and with no previous exploration experience, Cherry was an unlikely Expedition choice. His “pluck, charm and unflagging enthusiasm” led crewmates to bestow the nickname “Cheery.” During the winter of 1911, Cherry, along with Wilson and Lieutenant Henry Bowers made a trip to Cape Crozier to collect Emperor penguin eggs for what became the Natural History Museum in London. “Cherry, Wilson and Birdie Bowers hauled 750 pounds of equipment 67 miles each way through the dark Antarctic winter to obtain emperor penguin embryos, never before seen by anyone except the penguins themselves. They nearly died in temperatures dropping to minus 76 degrees Fahrenheit, sometimes marching as little as a mile and a half in a day...” Cherry’s clothing froze. His teeth shattered. “It was as if three men in mere terrestrial garb had been tossed into howling outer space.” But they survived, forming an intense bond. When they parted, Cherry did not know that when he next saw them, they would be lying dead at their last camp with Scott, whom they accompanied on the final push to the South Pole. Cherry set out towards Scott with food supplies, accompanied only by a dog team and its Russian boy driver, but, through no fault of Cherry’s, the effort failed. A 1959 obituary said, “Cherry-Garrard could never forget the expedition and subconsciously, against all reason, felt that he should have gone on alone to try to meet his friends, which would only have added two more deaths to the tragedy.” Cherry’s health and spirit were permanently impaired, but this did not prevent his writing this remarkable account of his experience – a story that is gripping and humane and even tinged with humor: “Polar exploration is at once the cleanest and most isolated way of having a bad time which has been devised.” In writing he had the encouragement and support of his neighbors, George Bernard Shaw and his wife, and it was reportedly Shaw who chose the title. “… he did not set out to write another hagiographic tribute. He wrote in order to tell a true story… he correctly understood that ultimately it was ''the spirit of the men, 'the response of the spirit,' which is interesting rather than what they did or failed to do.''

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CHERRY-GARRARD, Apsley.

London: Constable and Company Limited,, 1922. Antarctic 1910-1913. 2 volumes, octavo. Original linen-backed pale blue boards, printed paper labels to spines, blue endpapers. Colour frontispieces with tissue-guards, 4 other coloured plates in all, 43 black and white plates, 5 maps, 4 of them folding. Spare labels tipped-in. Spines lightly rolled with discreet repair, light discolouration to boards, minor wear around extremities, repair to one map. A very good copy. First edition, in Cherry-Garrard's preferred "Polar" binding of cloth-backed boards. "Cherry-Garrard seems an unlikely hero of Antarctic exploration, but he has achieved that status largely through this book… a young but wealthy patrician, near-sighted and frail, he paid his way onto the crew as an assistant zoologist, but performed splendidly in many harrowing situations" (Books on Ice). The "worst journey" referred to in the title is not "Scott's ill-fated rendezvous with death," but the earlier Ross Island Winter Journey, from Cape Evans to the penguin colony at Cape Crozier, with Edward Wilson and Henry "Birdie" Bowers. Both of his companions on this trip were to die on the Southern Journey with Scott, Cherry-Garrard being with the last group sent back before the final assault on the South Pole, he was also sent to rendezvous with the returning party of Scott and his four companions, and was the discoverer of the tent and their frozen bodies. The book is "widely regarded as the masterpiece of polar exploration".

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The Worst Journey in The World.

CHERRY-GARRARD, Apsley.

New York: The Dial Press,, 1930. Antarctic 1910 - 1913. Octavo. Finely bound by the Chelsea Bindery in full burgundy morocco, titles to spine gilt, raised bands, twin rule to turn-ins gilt, dark green endpapers, gilt edges. With maps and illustrations by the late Doctor Edward A. Wilson and other members of the expedition. A fine copy. First one-volume US edition of Cherry-Garrard's account of Robert Scott's 1910-12 expedition to Antarctica, where the former served as assistant zoologist. "The best written and most enduring account of exploits in the Antarctic" (Taurus 84).

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The Worst Journey in the World

Apsley Cherry-Garrard

London: Constable and Company Limited, 1929. Second Edition, Reissued. Hardcover. This is the 1929 reissue of “one of the undisputed classics of exploration literature”. After the 1922 first edition came a 1923 “Second Edition, with small corrections and the omission of certain plates”, followed by this 1929 reissue in medium blue cloth with gilt spine print. This two-volume set approaches very good condition. The bindings are tight with sharp corners and a slight forward lean to Volume I. The boards are bright, the spines lightly toned, the spine gilt distinct. We note modest wear and a hint of fraying at the spine ends and minor shelf wear to corners. The contents are clean with light spotting to the first and final leaves. The page edges show only mild age-toning. All tipped in plates are present. The Volume I front free endpaper features a touching “May 1930” gift inscription to “Harry Botterell on the occasion of his receiving the degree MD”. “Harry Botterell MD” is inked on the Volume II front free endpaper. Edmund Harry Botterell (1906-1997) became a noted neurosurgeon and eventually Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, where Botterell Hall was named in his honor. Botterell received the Order of the British Empire for his World War II service and was made an Officer of the Order of Canada, Canada’s highest civilian honor. At 24, Apsley Cherry-Garrard (1886-1959) was the youngest member of Robert Falcon Scott’s fatal Terra Nova Expedition (1910-1913) which, among other objectives, sought to be the first to reach the geographic South Pole. Born to wealth, the young Cherry “sought meaning and direction” and “He found both when he met the inspirational scientist, Bill Wilson, through whom he obtained a place on Scott's expedition.” Acutely myopic and bespectacled and with no previous exploration experience, Cherry was an unlikely Expedition choice. His “pluck, charm and unflagging enthusiasm” led crewmates to bestow the nickname “Cheery.” During the winter of 1911, Cherry, along with Wilson and Lieutenant Henry Bowers made a trip to Cape Crozier to collect Emperor penguin eggs for what became the Natural History Museum in London. “Cherry, Wilson and Birdie Bowers hauled 750 pounds of equipment 67 miles each way through the dark Antarctic winter to obtain emperor penguin embryos, never before seen by anyone except the penguins themselves. They nearly died in temperatures dropping to minus 76 degrees Fahrenheit, sometimes marching as little as a mile and a half in a day...” Cherry’s clothing froze. His teeth shattered. “It was as if three men in mere terrestrial garb had been tossed into howling outer space.” But they survived, forming an intense bond. When they parted, Cherry did not know that when he next saw them, they would be lying dead at their last camp with Scott, whom they accompanied on the final push to the South Pole. Cherry set out towards Scott with food supplies, accompanied only by a dog team and its Russian boy driver, but, through no fault of Cherry’s, the effort failed. A 1959 obituary said, “Cherry-Garrard could never forget the expedition and subconsciously, against all reason, felt that he should have gone on alone to try to meet his friends, which would only have added two more deaths to the tragedy.” Cherry’s health and spirit were permanently impaired, but this did not prevent his writing this remarkable account of his experience – a story that is gripping and humane and even tinged with humor: “Polar exploration is at once the cleanest and most isolated way of having a bad time which has been devised.” In writing he had the encouragement and support of his neighbors, George Bernard Shaw and his wife, and it was reportedly Shaw who chose the title. “… he did not set out to write another hagiographic tribute. He wrote in order to tell a true story… he correctly understood that ultimately it was ''the spirit of the men, 'the response of the spirit,' which is interesting rather than what they did or failed to do.''

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The Worst Journey In the World : Antarctic 1910-1913 (2 Vols)

Apsley Cherry-Garrard

Constable, 1929. Both volumes of the second edition of the classic account of " Scott's Last Expedition from its departure from England in 1910 to its return to New Zealand in 1913." All maps and illustrations are present and in good order. Internally good copies, well bound and clean bar an owner's name and date on the flyleaf of each volume. The covers of both volumes are marked and have some surface wear and are only in fair condition. The previous owner's name is Sydney E Butler, present on the flyleaf of both volumes, and is presumed to be Sydney Butler nee Courtauld, the first wife of the Conservative politician Rab Butler, and the cousin of the Arctic explorer Augustine Courtauld. Scans available on request.. Hard Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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The Worst Journey in the World; Antarctic 1910-1913

Cherry-Garrard, Apsley (Illustrations by Edward A. Wilson.)

London: Constable and Company [1929], 2nd edition, 2nd printing. (Hardcover set) lxiv, 300, [4], viii, [301-585] pp. Very good, no dust jacket. This set has been rebound in red cloth with volume two being slightly shorter than the first. Monochrome and color illustrations, maps, folding maps (all present), glossary, index. There is a previous owner's name on the front endpapers, a small tear to the top of the spine of Volume two, the pages of volume one have been trimmed (resulting in the book being slightly smaller then the other), and the first and last few leaves of each volume have been pasted a bit agressively on the inner margins (no text being obscured). The author's obituary is pasted to the back endpaper. Book about Scott's Last Expedition. Illustrations by Edward A. Wilson. Locale: Antarctic. (Travel/Adventure).

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The Worst Journey in the World: Antarctic 1910-1913, Two Volumes

Cherry-Garrard, Apsley

New York: George H. Doran. Good. 1922. First American Edition. Hardcover. The classic of Antarctic exploration by a member of Robert Falcon Scott's Terra Nova expedition. Gray boards backed in tan cloth with paper spine labels. Spine cocked and dampstaining to the boards of volume 1. Missing one map in volume 1 and one leaf in volume 2. .

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The Worst Journey in the World: Antarctic, 1910-13

Apsley Cherry-Garrard

Penguin Books Ltd, 1970-05-28. Paperback. Used:Good.

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The Worst Journey in the World [Volume Two only]

Cherry-Garrard, Apsley

London: Constable and Company. Very Good- with no dust jacket. (1929). Hardcover. No tears or chips to the cloth. No splitting to hinges. Previous owner's signature in pencil, and some annotations and underlining in light pencil to a few pages (these could be erased quite easily). Moderate darkening and foxing to the cloth of the front board, along the upper margin and the fore margin. Moderate foxing to page edges. A few spots of foxing internally. Small contemporary bookseller's label on front endpaper "Newbold's Bookshop [. . .] Dunedin". A couple of small 1/2" abrasions to rear endpaper. The folding map has a couple of small stains, and also a 1" tear to the blank stub.; Volume Two only of two volumes. This is the 1929 reprint of the second edition. viii, (301)-585 pages + colour frontispiece + 23 illustrations on 18 plate leaves + 1 folding map. Blue cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Page dimensions: 219 x 143mm. ; 8vo .

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The Worst Journey in the World (German Edition)

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The Worst Journey in the World: Antarctic, 1910-13

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THE WORST JOURNEY IN THE WORLD: ANTARCTIC 1910 - 1913

Apsley Cherry Garrard

The Easton Press With the fold-out map "From New Zealand to the South Pole." Blank Easton Press bookplate laid in. A beautiful volume from The Easton Press. Finely bound in full luxurious leather with gold embossed decoration and gold gilt edges. Raised spine bands in the traditional method of fine bookbinding. With silk moire fabric endpapers and permanently bound-in satin ribbon page marker. Printed on fine archival acid-free paper. See photo(s).. Full-Leather. Fine.

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The Worst Journey in the World

CHERRY-GARRARD, Apsley

Chatto & Windus, 1937. 1st one-volume edition. Hardcover. Original blue boards, with black lettering, in excellent condition, tiny bits of browning on the spine, with very clean pages throughout. Cherry-Garrard was the youngest member of Captain Scott's 1910-1913 expedition to the South Pole, and his remarkable experiences of the 'winter, polar and search journeys' first appeared in two volumes in 1922. He personally supervised the production of this one-volume edition in 1937, selecting illustrations from the earlier issue to accompany the unchanged text. A scarce title in its own right, in very good condition, and one of the classics of polar exploration.

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The Worst Journey in the World: Antarctic, 1910-1913.

Cherry-Garrard, Apsley.

Easton Press, 2007. Adhered Easton bookplate with owner's gift inscription, tiny scuff to spine near joint, else fine. Folding map laid in.

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The Worst Journey in the World

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THE WORST JOURNEY IN THE WORLD: ANTARCTIC 1910-1913

Cherry-Garrard, Apsley

London: Chatto & Windus. VG-/G+; Hardback in Very Good- condition with Good+ dust jacket.. 1939. Reprint. Hardcover. 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 585 pages; Moderate dust jacket edgewear; front endpaper corner clipped. In one volume. Being an account of Scott's last Antarctic Expedition, 1910-1913, especially of the Winter, Polar and Search Journeys; with the diaries of those who took part, eight illustrations by the late Dr. Edward A. Wilson and four maps by the author. .

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The Worst Journey in the World (Adventure Library)

Apsley Cherry-Garrard

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The Worst Journey In The World

Apsley Cherry-Garrard

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The Worst Journey in the World: Antarctica 1910-13

Apsley Cherry Garrard

Picador, 2001-06-01. Paperback. Used:Good.

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THE WORST JOURNEY IN THE WORLD

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London: Picador , 1994. Introduction by Paul Theroux. Blue cloth-covered boards; stamped silver lettring; blue silk bookmark attached to spine; mild bumping and shaking to spine. Decorative dust jacket; not price clipped. Very clean, sound copy. 607 pages including: Index; Glossary; 4 full page maps of the journey. A classic story of bravery and fortitude, Scott's last expedition to the Antarctic - one of the most famous and tragic in the annals of exploration. The author was a member of the expedition with the objective of being the first to reach the South Pole. The party was plagued by bad luck, weather conditions of unanticipated ferocity and the physical deterioration of the party on the last part of the journey. Knowing that Roald Amundsen had reached the South Pole a month before them, Scott's party faced the final heroic but doomed attempt, now a part of modern mythology. (from flyleaf).. First Thus. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Clear Brodart Covering.

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The Worst Journey in the World: Antarctica, 1910-1913

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The Worst Journey in the World: Antarctica 1910-13

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