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81 BOND, Creina & Roy SIEGFRIED SIEGFRIEN, Roy JOHNSON, Peter Antarctica : No Single Country, No Single Sea. in dj
Hamlyn, London, 1979, ISBN:0600304434 
BOND, Creina & Roy SIEGFRIED. Antarctica : No Single Country, No Single Sea. Photography [by] Peter Johnson. London : Hamlyn, (1979). Pp 175. Illustrated. 4to, blue/green cloth. Renard, Antarctica 148. "We hope that this bookwill show that Antarctica and the southern Ocean influence all the world. Not only do these regions play a crucial role in the formation of the earth's climate and weather conditions, thereby affecting food production; the far south also contains a significant reservoir of natural resources that could affect our welfare - and sooner than we realise." -from the text. Upperboard splayed, slack, fraying to extremities, else vg in rubbed, close tor n (small closed tear to head of spine) dj. 25.00

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82 BONINGTON, Chris Quest for Adventure : Ultimate Feats of Modern Exploration. in dj
National Geographic Press, 2000, ISBN:0792279522 
BONINGTON, Chris. Quest for Adventure : Ultimate reats of Modern Exploration. Washington: National Geographic Press, (2000). Pp. 352. illustrated. large 8vo, black cloth, silver titles to spine. A narrative of seventeen adventures on the ocean, in the desert and atop mountains, to both poles and through the air that have taken place in the last fifty years. The author himself has been on nineteen Himalayan expeditions. Vg in dj. 26.00

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83 BONNER, W. Nigel British Antarctic Survey, Scientific Report 56: The Fur Seal of South Georgia
British Antarctic Survey / Her Majesty's Stationery Office / HMSO, London, 1968, 
BONNER, W. Nigel. British Antarctic Survey, Scientific Reports No. 56 : TheFur Seal of South Georgia. London : Published by the British Antarctic Sur vey, 1968. Pp. (2),[1]-41,(1), (6 plate leaves) + folding table. Tables, maps, diagrams in text. 4to, grey cardcovers. Brit. Antacrt. Surv. Sc. Rep. No. 56. Ex institutional library with usual stamps, else very good. 60.00

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84 BONNER, W. Nigel Falkland Islands and Dependencies Survey, Scientific Report 22: The Introduced Reindeer of South Georgia
Colonial Office / Her Majesty's Stationery Office / HMSO, London, 1958, 
BONNER, W. Nigel. Falkland Islands and Dependencies Survey, Scientific Reports No. 22 : The Introduced Reindeer of South Georgia. London : Published for the Colonial Office by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1958. Pp. (2),1-8, (3 plate leaves). Tables, map in text. 4to, grey cardcovers. F.I.D.S. Scientific Report 22. Ex institutional library with usual stamps, creasing, else very good. 28.00

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85 BONNYCASTLE, R.H.G. ROBERTSON, Heather Gentleman Adventurer : The Arctic Diaries of Richard Bonnycastle. First Edition in dustjacket
Lester & Orpen Dennys, Toronto, 1984, ISBN:0886190746 
BONNYCASTLE, R.H.G. A Gentleman Adventurer : The Arctic Diaries of Richard Bonnycastle. Edited and Compiled by Heather Robertson. A Richard Bonnycastle Book 2. (Toronto) : Lester & Orpen Dennys, (1984). Pp 217. Illustrated. Lg 8vo, black cloth. "For officers and servants of the Hudson's Bay Company it was a tradition and an obligation to keep a daily journal.The diaries left by Dick Bonnycastle cover a period of roughly twelve years from 1926 to 1937." Very good in dustjacket. 30.00

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86 BONNYCASTLE, R.H.G. ROBERTSON, Heather Gentleman Adventurer : The Arctic Diaries of Richard Bonnycastle. Cdn in dj. ex-lib.
Lester & Orpen Dennys, Toronto, 1984, ISBN:0886190746 
BONNYCASTLE, R.H.G. A Gentleman Adventurer : The Arctic Diaries of Richard Bonnycastle. Edited and Compiled by Heather Robertson. A Richard Bonnycastle Book 2. (Tor.) : Lester & Orpen Dennys, (1984). Pp 217. Illustrated. Lg 8vo, black cloth. Ex-library, else vg in dj. 20.00

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87 BOWEN, Frank C. JONES, Pelham London Ship Types. in dj
East Ham Echo, London, 1938, 
BOWEN, Frank C. London Ship Types. Illustrated by Pelham Jones. London: East Ham Echo, 1938. Pp 184. Illustrated with numerous drawings to text. 8vo, green cloth. Cohen, The Thames, 1580-1980: A General Bibliography p.287. Table of Contents: Foreword by Captain E. C. Shankland; Points of Vantage on the London River; The East Indiaman: Illustration: Earl of Balcarres; The Blackwall Frigate: Illustration: Vernon; The Atlantic Packet: Illustration: Victoria; The Sailing Collier: Illustration: Betsy Cains; The Early Steam Collier: Illustration: John Bowes; The Old-Time Paddle Tug: Illustration: Uncle Sam; The Early Excursion Steamer: Illustration: London Engineer; The Paddle Liner: Illustration: Great Liverpool; The Tea Clipper: Illustration: Ariel; The Australian Sailing Liner: Illustration: Crusader; The Early ScrewLiner: Illustration: Himalaya; The Sail Training Ship: Illustration: Macqu arie; The Emigrant Steamer: Illustration: Lusitania; The Cable Steamer: Illustration: Hooper; The Steam Tea Clipper: Illustration: Stirling Castle; The Early New Zealand Steamer: Illustration: Kaikoura; The Trinity House Yacht: Illustration: Irene; The Steel Box: Illustration: William Mitchell; The Continental Excursion Paddler: Illustration: La Marguerite; The Coolie Ship: Illustration: Mersey; The Transatlantic Steamer: Illustration: Minnehaha;The Polar Exploration Ship: Illustration: Discovery; The Pre-War Australia n Liner: Illustration Mongolia; The Pre-War Eastern Liner: Illustration: Dongola; The Pioneer Ocean Motor Ship: Illustration: Selandia; The Training Ship: Illustration: Maine; The Australian Grain Racer: Illustration: AbrahamRydberg; The Timber Carrier: Illustration: Belomorcanal; The "Onker": Illu stration: Alastor; The Latest Themes Barge: Illustration: Alf Everard; The Craft Tug: Illustration: Lectro; The Modern Tug: Illustration: Crested Cock; The Transatlantic Steam Liner: Illustration: Aurania; The Motor Cabin Liner: Illustration: Britannic; The Tourist Class Liner: Illustration: American Banker; The Transatlantic Cargo Liner: Illustration: Beaverford; The North Pacific Trader: Illustration: Pacific Reliance; The Steam Tramp: Illustration: Blackheath; The Motor Tramp: Illustration: Sutherland; The Steam Collier: Illustration: Cormount; The Gas Collier: Illustration: Mr. Therm; The Flat Iron: Illustration: Fulham; The Tramping Motor Coaster: Illustration: Suavity; The Regular Motor Coaster: Illustration: Arbroath; The Steam Coaster: Illustration: Illustration: Cragside; The Ferry Steamer: Illustration: Squires; The Up-River Passenger Boat: Illustration: Royal Princess; The Butterfly Boat: Illustration: Queen of the Channel; The Miniature Liner: Illustration: Beachy; The North Sea Packet: Illustration: Patricia; The Nearby Continental Trader: Illustration: Halcyon; The Rabbit Boat: Illustration: Amethyste; The Baltic Trader: Illustration: Baltrover; The Mediterranean Trader: Illustration: Malvernian; The Banana Carrier: Illustration: Jamaica Producer; The Motor Fruiter: Illustration: Oregon Express; The South American Passenger Ship: Illustration: Highland Patriot; The East African Liner: Illustration: Madura; The West Coaster: Illustration: David Livingstone; The Intermediate Cape Liner: Illustration: Dunnottar Castle; The South African Tourist Ship: Illustration: Umtata; The Harbour Service Launch: Illustration: Havengore; The Customs Launch: Illustration: Lynx; The Health AuthoritiesLaunch: Illustration: Howard Deighton; The Overseas Tanker: Illustration: Ancylus; The War Department Steamer: Illustration: A War Department Steamer; The P.L.A. Dredger: Illustration: India; The Wrecking Steamer: Illustration: Yantlet; The L.C.C. Sludge Vessel: Illustration Bazalgette; The TrinityTender: llustration: Reculver; The Fire Float: Illustration: Massey Shaw; The River Plate Meat Carrier: Illustration: Upwey Grange; The Australian Meat Carrier: Illustration: Melbourne Star; The Australian Cargo Liner: Illustration: Clan Macarthur; The Australian Passenger Liner: Illustration: Orion; The Indian Liner: Illustration: Viceroy of India; The Cruising Liner: Illustration: Atlantis. With index. Slightly slack, foxing to edges, smudge on pp 46, ow vg in spine sunned, nicked, lightly soiled dj. 75.00

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88 BOWMAN, Gerald SHACKLETON, Ernest) SCOTT, Robert Falcon) AMUNDSEN, Roald) Men of Antarctica
Fleet Publishing, New York, 1959, 
BOWMAN, Gerald. Men of Antarctica . [Scott, Amundsen, Shackleton, Byrd, Fuchs, Hillary]. NY: Fleet Publishing, (1959). Pp. (1)-191,[3], frontis., + 12p. of plates. 8vo, blue cloth with silver lettering to spine. A chronicle of the exploits of some of the more prominent Antarctic explorers. Light sunning to spine ends, else vg in dj. 25.00

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89 BRAITHWAITE, Roger J. Gronlands Geologiske Undersogelse : Rapport Nr. 111, 1982 Simple model of runoff from ungauged basins in West Greenland
Oster Voldgade, 1982, 
BRAITHWAITE, Roger J. A simple model of runoff from ungauged basins in WestGreenland. Rapport Nr. 111. (Copenhagen: Oster Voldgade), 1982. Pp. 26. Il lustrated. 8vo, blue ill. card covers. Gronlands Geologiske Undersogelse Rapport Nr. 111. Small inkstamp to front cover and title page, else vg. 20.00

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90 BRANDT, Anthony. Man Who Ate His Boots : The Tragic History of the Search for the Northwest Passage. First Edition in dustjacket.
Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 2010, ISBN:9780307263926 
BRANDT, Anthony. The Man Who Ate His Boots : The Tragic History of the Search for the Northwest Passage. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2010. First Printing. Pp. (10),[ix]-xvi,(2),[3]-441,(5). 8vo, black cloth spine with brown paper covered boards, silver lettering to spine. "The enthralling and often harrowing history of the adventurers who searched for the Northwest Passage,the holy grail of nineteenth-century British exploration. After the triump hant end of the Napoleonic Wars in 1815, the British took it upon themselves to complete something they had been trying to do since the sixteenth century: find the fabled Northwest Passage, a shortcut to the Orient via a sea route over northern Canada. For the next thirty-five years the British Admiralty sent out expedition after expedition to probe the ice-bound waters ofthe Canadian Arctic in search of a route, and then, after 1845, to find Si r John Franklin, the Royal Navy hero who led the last of these Admiralty expeditions and vanished into the maze of channels, sounds, and icy seas withtwo ships and 128 officers and men. In 'The Man Who Ate His Boots', Anthon y Brandt tells the whole story of the search for the Northwest Passage, from its beginnings early in the age of exploration through its development into a British national obsession to the final sordid, terrible descent into scurvy, starvation, and cannibalism. Sir John Franklin is the focus of the book but it covers all the major expeditions and a number of fascinating characters, including Franklin's extraordinary wife, Lady Franklin, in vivid detail. 'The Man Who Ate His Boots' is a rich and engaging work of narrative history that captures the glory and the folly of this ultimately tragic enterprise." - from the dustjacket. Remainder mark to bottom edge, else verygood in unclipped dustjacket. 20.00

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91 BROWN, R. Craig (ed.). DINWOODIE, D. H. BYRD, Richard HEARST, William Canadian Historical Review. Volume 53, No. 1, March 1972
University of Toronto Press, Toronto , 1972, 
BROWN, R. Craig (ed.). The Canadian Historical Review. Volume LIII, No. 1, June 1972. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 1972. Pp (2),[1]-124,i-ii. 8vo, white card covers, printed in red and black. Contents : 1. "Erastus Wiman: A Continentalist Replies to Canadian Imperialism" (by Ian Grant). 2."Sir William Hearst and the Collapse of the Ontario Conservative Party" (b y Peter Oliver). 3. "Arctic Controversy: The 1925 Byrd - MacMillan Expedition Example" (by D. H. Dinwoodie, pp 51-65). Plus book reviews and regular features. Very good. For the issue 15.00

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92 BRUEMMER, Fred Arctic Memories. In dj
Key Porter Books, 1993, 
BRUEMMER, Fred. Arctic Memories : Living with the Inuit. (Tor.): Key Porter Books, (1993). First Printing. Pp (5), 6-160. 4to, grey cloth. Chapter 3 : Labrador: Wild and Tragic Shores (pp.47-63, with 16 photos). With colour and b/w photographs. Other chapters : 1.They Came out of Asia; 2. The Northernmost People; 4. Journey to the Savage Islands; 5.Ekalun's Camp; 6.The Beluga Hunters; Island between Two Worlds [Little Diomede]. With an introduction, envoi, and index. Vg-fine in dj. 24.00

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93 BRUEMMER, Fred Encounters with Arctic Animals. In dj
1972, 
BRUEMMER, Fred. Encounters with Arctic Animals. Photography and text by Fred Bruemmer. Tor.: McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited, (1972). First Printing. Pp (7), 8-254, (2). 4to, purple cloth. Three chapters on the seal (pp.10-59, with 45 photos) : Of Seals and Man; Death on the Ice; Island of Seals. With bibliography. Vg in dj. 38.00

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94 BRUEMMER, Fred TAYLOR, William E., general editor BRUEMMER, Fred, photos. McGHEE, Robert Arctic World.
Key Porter, Toronto, 1985, ISBN:0919493548 
BRUEMMER, Fred (Principal Writer and Photographer). The Arctic World. (Toronto) : Key Porter Books, (1989). Third Printing. Pp 256. Folio, blue cloth.A general work full of excellent photographs (colour and b/w). "Encompassi ng the northern reaches of seven countries and an area of 28 million squaremiles, the Arctic is, in fact, one natural realm where plants, animals and humans have learned to live in a hostile climate." "Taylor has smoothly or ganized essays by Bruemmer and five other writers who discuss seven countries in the Arctic circle: history, people, animal and plant life. Included are 130 shots in color, displaying the grandeur and austerity of mountains, icebergs and frozen seas, as well as the glories of blooms and natural wonders unique to the Northern fastnesses. Black-and-white photos, no less striking, introduce the reader to the Lapps, Eskimo families, kittiwakes, walrus communities, polar bears and other wildlife in their habitats. The book'sunspoken but palpable plea is that the Arctic must be safeguarded and pres erved from corruption." - review on dj. Chapters by Fred Bruemmer: The Northern Vision; The Circumpolar Realm; Trial by Ice; Hunters and Herders; Early Exploration; The Arctic Route to Cathay; Fur Empires of Siberia and Alaska; Arctic Knights; From Furs to Factories. Other chapters: "Wildlife of theSea and Land" by Thor Larsen; "Plants of the Arctic and Sub-Arctic" by Fra ns Wielgolaski; "The Ancient Arctic" by Robert McGhee; "Polar Exploration" by A.S. Treshnikov; "A Changing World" by Ernest S. Burch, Jr. Foreword by William E. Taylor, Jr. Very good in dustjacket. 25.00

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95 BRUEMMER, Fred TAYLOR, William E., general editor BRUEMMER, Fred, photos. McGHEE, Robert Arctic World. First Edition in dustjacket
Key Porter Books, Toronto, 1985, ISBN:0919493548 
BRUEMMER, Fred (Principal Writer and Photographer). The Arctic World. (Tor.) : Key Porter Books, (1985). First Printing. Pp 256. Folio, blue cloth. A general work full of excellent photographs (colour and b/w). "Encompassing the northern reaches of seven countries and an area of 28 million square miles, the Arctic is, in fact, one natural realm where plants, animals and humans have learned to live in a hostile climate." "Taylor has smoothly organized essays by Bruemmer and five other writers who discuss seven countries in the Arctic circle: history, people, animal and plant life. Included are 130 shots in color, displaying the grandeur and austerity of mountains, icebergs and frozen seas, as well as the glories of blooms and natural wondersunique to the Northern fastnesses. Black-and-white photos, no less strikin g, introduce the reader to the Lapps, Eskimo families, kittiwakes, walrus communities, polar bears and other wildlife in their habitats. The book's unspoken but palpable plea is that the Arctic must be safeguarded and preserved from corruption." - review on dj. Chapters by Fred Bruemmer: The Northern Vision; The Circumpolar Realm; Trial by Ice; Hunters and Herders; Early Exploration; The Arctic Route to Cathay; Fur Empires of Siberia and Alaska; Arctic Knights; From Furs to Factories. Other chapters: "Wildlife of the Sea and Land" by Thor Larsen; "Plants of the Arctic and Sub-Arctic" by Frans Wielgolaski; "The Ancient Arctic" by Robert McGhee; "Polar Exploration" by A.S. Treshnikov; "A Changing World" by Ernest S. Burch, Jr. Foreword by William E. Taylor, Jr. Vg-fine in dj. 35.00

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96 BRUEMMER, Fred TAYLOR, William E., general editor BRUEMMER, Fred, photos. McGHEE, Robert Arctic World. First Edition in dustjacket
Key Porter Books, Toronto, 1985, ISBN:0919493548 
BRUEMMER, Fred (Principal Writer and Photographer). The Arctic World. (Toronto) : Key Porter Books, (1985). First Printing. Pp 256. Folio, blue cloth.A general work full of excellent photographs (colour and b/w). "Encompassi ng the northern reaches of seven countries and an area of 28 million squaremiles, the Arctic is, in fact, one natural realm where plants, animals and humans have learned to live in a hostile climate." "Taylor has smoothly or ganized essays by Bruemmer and five other writers who discuss seven countries in the Arctic circle: history, people, animal and plant life. Included are 130 shots in color, displaying the grandeur and austerity of mountains, icebergs and frozen seas, as well as the glories of blooms and natural wonders unique to the Northern fastnesses. Black-and-white photos, no less striking, introduce the reader to the Lapps, Eskimo families, kittiwakes, walrus communities, polar bears and other wildlife in their habitats. The book'sunspoken but palpable plea is that the Arctic must be safeguarded and pres erved from corruption." - review on dj. Chapters by Fred Bruemmer: The Northern Vision; The Circumpolar Realm; Trial by Ice; Hunters and Herders; Early Exploration; The Arctic Route to Cathay; Fur Empires of Siberia and Alaska; Arctic Knights; From Furs to Factories. Other chapters: "Wildlife of theSea and Land" by Thor Larsen; "Plants of the Arctic and Sub-Arctic" by Fra ns Wielgolaski; "The Ancient Arctic" by Robert McGhee; "Polar Exploration" by A.S. Treshnikov; "A Changing World" by Ernest S. Burch, Jr. Foreword by William E. Taylor, Jr. Top edge browned, else very good in dustjacket. 30.00

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97 BRUEMMER, Fred TAYLOR, William E., introd Arctic, The. In box,
Quadrangle, The New York Times Book Co, 1974, 
BRUEMMER, Fred. The Arctic. Photography and Text by Fred Bruemmer. N.Y.: Quadrangle, The New York Times Book Co. In co-operation with The Montreal Star (1973) Limited, 1974. Printed in Canada. Pp (28),29-208,(16). Multi-column. Oblong small folio, white cloth. Map end-papers. A general work full of excellent photographs (colour and b/w). Chapters : The History, The Land, The Sea, The Plants, The Animals, The People. Several addenda sections including one on the Naskapi (pp.136-7). Bruemmer spent several weeks in Davis Inlet. Introduction by William E. Taylor, Jr. Vg in dj, in slipcase. 30.00

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De eerste tocht van de Willem Barents naar de Noordelijke IJszee 1878.  2 vols in dj. , BRUYNS, W.F.J. Morzer, ed de BRUIJNE, A. BALJE, B.G.
98 BRUYNS, W.F.J. Morzer, ed de BRUIJNE, A. BALJE, B.G. De eerste tocht van de Willem Barents naar de Noordelijke IJszee 1878. 2 vols in dj.
Walburg Pers, Zutphen, 1985, ISBN:9060114000 
BRUYNS, W.F.J. M÷rzer, ed. De eerste tocht van de Willem Barents naar de Noordelijke IJszee 1878 : De dagboeken van Antonius de Bruijne en Bastiaan Gerardus BaljÚ. Zutphen: De Walburg Pers, 1985. Two volumes. Pp 368. 8vo, blue cloth. A Dutch-language account of the expeditions of the schooner WillemBarents from 1878-1884, tracing the track of its sixteenth-century namesak e beyond Spitsbergen and Novaya Zemlya. Both vols. vg in slightly rubbed djs. 120.00

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99 BUERSCHAPER, Peter Arctic Journey. in dj
Paguraian, 1977, 
BUERSCHAPER, Peter. Arctic Journey: Paintings, Sketches and Reminiscences of a Vanishing World. Tor.: Paguraian, (1977). Pp 126. 8vo, blue cloth. A trip to Ellesmere and Baffin Islands, with an emphasis on their natural history. Vg in dj. 24.00

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100 BULL, Colin Innocents in the Arctic : The 1951 Spitsbergen Expedition. First Edition in dustjacket. Signed
University of Alaska Press, Fairbanks, 2005, ISBN:1889963739 
BULL, Colin. Innocents in the Arctic : The 1951 Spitsbergen Expedition. Fairbanks : University of Alaska Press, (2005). First Edition. Pp (8),ix-xviii,1-254 (including 8-page color photo section) + folding colour drawing. Photos, maps in text. 8vo, dark blue cloth, silver lettering to front & spine."Driven by the desire for scientific discovery and adventure, ten na´ve yo ung men ventured north to the nearly uninhabited, ice-covered island of Spitsbergen in 1951. Scientific progress ensued, but so did misfortunes wrought by calamitous weather, an unworthy boat, and an entertaining but ill-informed approach to arctic survival. Innocents in the Arctic chronicles this Birmingham University expedition with an absorbing combination of wit and historical insight. Compiled from diaries, scientific field notes, and the author's memories, it documents an important period in polar exploration following the social upheaval of World War II. It also brings to life the labors of arctic travel before modern technology: the Birmingham researchers hauled their own sledges and communicated with hand-scrawled notes pinned to their leaky canvas tents. Despite these difficulties, the expedition was a scientific success and helped to unravel a compelling geological puzzle - why were relatively recent fossils entombed within rocks that were twice as old? The answers to this question and others contributed to an understandingof the evolution of the North Atlantic. The members of the Spitsbergen Exp edition saw themselves as fallible and human, and their struggles create a compelling alternative to traditional polar heroism. Colin Bull's reallistic, insider story of scientific adventure will appeal to polar enthusiasts, armchair historians, and anyone who remembers what it was like to be young and daring/" - from the dj.. Chapters : 1. Great Expectations; 2. Enter Miss Mabel ; 3. Cruising in Home Waters; 4. To Troms°, Paris of the North; 5. Despair and Relief - Troms° and Beyond; 6. Up the Fjord without a Paddle; 7. Around the Rugged Rocks the Sodden Scoundrels Scrambled; 8. Life on the Strandflat; 9. Come on Chaps, There's Not Much Time!; 10. Waiting for Syliva; 11. Re-enter Miss Mabel ; 12. Aftermath. Very good in dustjacket. Signed with inscription by Colin Bull 45.00

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