Locked in Ice: Nansen's Daring Quest for the North Pole
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- Hardback (BB)
- 01 Feb 2019
- Macmillan 
- 400 pages - 228 x 152 x 34mm
A celebrity among the ranks of polar explorer Ernest Shackleton at the turn of the twentieth century, Fridtjof Nansen contributed tremendous amounts of new information to our knowledge about the Arctic. At a time when the North Pole was still undiscovered territory, he attempted to make it to the Pole in a way that most experts thought was mad: Nansen purposefully locked his ship in ice for two years in order to float northward along the currents. This compelling account of his Arctic expedition celebrates the legacy of a courageous man who dared to push the boundaries of human exploration. For fans of the New York Times bestsellers Unbroken, The Boys on the Boat, and The Finest Hours.
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