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Vol. I. being the journals of - captain r. f. scott, . From all aspects Scott was among the most remarkable men of our time, and the vast number of readers of his journal will be deeply impressed with the beauty of his character. The chief traits which shone forth through his life were conspicuous in the hour of death. There are few events in history to be compared, for grandeur and pathos, with the last closing scene in that silent wilderness of snow. The great leader, with the bodies of his dearest friends beside him, wrote and wrote until the pencil dropped from his dying grasp.
Being the Reports of the Journeys and the Scientific Work Undertaken by Dr. . By (author) Robert Falcon 1868-1912 Scott, By (author) Leonard 1860-1933 Huxley. Free delivery worldwide.
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Arranged by. Leonard huxley. Captain Scott entered upon the enterprise with enthusiasm tempered by prudence and sound sense. All had to be learnt by a thorough study of the history of Arctic travelling, combined with experience of different conditions in the Antarctic Regions. Thus Captain Scott's objects were strictly scientific, including the completion and extension of his former discoveries. The results will be explained in the second volume of this work.
Robert Falcon Scott, Leonard Huxley.