First published in 1897, this is an engrossing account of his expedition's struggle against snowdrifts, ice flows, polar bears, scurvy, hunger, and the seemingly endless Arctic night, as well as the horrendous 15-month journey made on foot to reach the farthest north than any man had been before. Illus.
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