The White



It Is 1912, The Age Of Antarctic Exploration Scott S Journey Has Ended Mawson S Is Just Beginning This Book Transports Us To The Last Days Of Those Expeditions In The White Continent Sweeping Through Deaths And Disasters, This Book Lays Bare The Forces That Drove These Explorers.The White

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  • Paperback
  • 287 pages
  • The White
  • Adrian Caesar
  • English
  • 09 August 2017
  • 0333905725

10 thoughts on “The White

  1. says:

    This will contain spoilers, but its a 100 year old tale of fact so if you don t know how it ends it is time you did.The book is split into two very contrasting tales of Antarctic exploration of 1912.The first deals with Scott.This follows the modern tradition of basically calling Scott a hidebound bungler who, through systematic mismanagement, leads to the death of his comrades This is not in the same league as Roland Huntford s critique which must be the low point of Scott s image It hasThis will contain spoilers, but its a 100 year old tale of fact so if you don t know how it ends it is time you did.The book is split into two very contrasting tales of Antarctic exploration of 1912.The first deals with Scott.This follows the modern tradition of basically calling Scott a hidebound bungler who, through systematic mismanagement, leads to the death of his comrades This is not in the same league as Roland Huntford s critique which must be the low point of Scott s image It hasbalance and humanity than that.Oates gets out the tent under his own steam as he does in so many books but could he really have got out of the tent unaided Left to his fate because th...

  2. says:

    Such a compelling read, one of the most excellent examples of narrative non fiction I have encountered The history of Antarctic discovery told through the stories of the two most famous adventurers to attempt to conquer the last undiscovered continent Beautifully written.

  3. says:

    One of the most interesting books I have read for ages.

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