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Satire oE in a different editionNow I feel like rereading The Golden Compass and Troubling a Star A amazing journey to the bottomf the globe Shackleton s journey is Deflower the Boss onef the best pieces f non fiction I have ever encountered in my life I have never heard crumbs f biscuit and spoonfuls f cheese been described so tenderly and with great care as those crumbs f biscuit and spoonfuls Being There of cheese been described so tenderly and with great care as those starvingn the expedition Beautiful and terrifying journey I must travel to the arctic In mostly Shackleton s words he tells the story هذه بلادنا: الجواء of Nimrods journey to The Heartf the Antarctic during the 1907 expedition This journey *ENDED UP BEING THE MOST SCIENTIFICALLY VALUABLE FEAT OF *up being the most scientifically valuable feat Buddha's Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom of exploration to date For his duties as commander and making the farthest attempted reach to the geographic South Pole Ernest Shackleton was Knighted upon his heroic return to England An absolute pleasure and thrill to read As are the accounts by Professor David and his team while finding the magnetic South Pole An astounding and triumphant volumef work Believe it r not I enjoyed this even than South What a slog those fellows had especially those three that had to put up with the arrogant two faced sneak Dr Marshall even in had to put up with the arrogant two faced sneak Dr Marshall even in class riven society the man stands ut as an utter sht Note My pinions about Marshall are based diaries and ther sources all published long after this book Warts and all expedition accounts were definitely not a thing in 1909 Which is not to say this account is by any means insipid Witness to the Martyrdom: John Taylor's Personal Account of the Last Days of the Prophet Joseph Smith or inaccurate it is rather both thrilling and moving Ernest Shackleton isne f my favorite Antarctic explorers He never uite made it to the South Pole but it wasn t for lack f trying This book chronicles his 1907 1909 expedition written by his wn hand We get to see how someone planned a trip f this magnitude at the turn f the 20th century before there were icebreakers snowmobiles satellites GPS and all the ther technologies we now take for granted Shackleton describes the cold the hunger the blizzards and The War at Home: One Family's Fight Against PTSD other dangers but also the thrills the beauty the camaraderie and the scientific achievements There were close calls but he always knew when to stop putting his people s ultimate safety before the mission something Scott forgotn his wn ill fated attempt to reach the pole Th. Marginalia and flawed pages Because we believe this work is culturally important we have made it available as part f ur commitment fo. The story f the Nimrod Expeditioon f 1907 1909 and Sir Ernest Shackleton s attempt to reach the South Pole which ultimately came within 97 miles f its goal achieving a new furthest south latitude at 88 23 S An epic record Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle: A History of the American Cowboy in Song, Story and Verse of gruelling effort back breaking strain and bitter coldnly surpassed by

THAT OF SHACKLETON S 1914 EXPEDITION 
of Shackleton s 1914 Expedition the sledging team raced against the calendar their dwindling food supply and the possibility Set Theory, Logic and Their Limitations of missing a vital food depotn the return journey with the dual menaces f starving r freezing to death everpresent Picked this up r less at random because I needed a book to read n the plane and my mom had it The Stringbean Murders on her shelf I wasn t expecting to get through it but to my surprise I really enjoyed it Shackleton s narrative is a bit repetitive got up at X time temperature Y sledged Z hoursver slope Wild has dysentery again but there are a lot أساطير شعبية من قلب جزيرة العرب: الجزء الرابع of genuinely moving passages mostly when Shackleton describes incredible Antarctic landscapes that none had ever seen before The book actually made me want to visit Antarctica something I ve never been remotely tempted to do so I d count it a successAs I read though I couldn t help thinking again and again Starving sleep deprived people make really bad decisions Everyone in the expedition was incredibly courageous and if Shackleton s team had actually made it to the Pole he would have been vindicated but I can t help thinking that his do Stricken (Asphalt Cowboys, or die attitude might have been better replaced by dor come back later with reinforcements Anyway it was very good reading I actually liked Professor David s narrative The Sporty Game of the Magnetic Pole expedition best it s very light and uiteften funny and David is always uick to admit his mistakes and praise the *actions and judgements f his comrades It was also much abridged than *and judgements f his comrades It was also much abridged than Shackleton account which might have made it easier reading Wow apparently the abridgements were significant than I thought a glance at Wikipedia lends a different color to the accountIn terms Inventions That Changed the World: Working Wonders of production I would have loved better visuals The maps are awful bare sketches hard to makeut missing almost all the landmarks mentioned in the book It also would have been nice if they could have included Love Onboard: Cupid's Caribbean Cruise of the photographs the narrative described Maby. This scarce antiuarian book is a facsimile reprintf the riginal Due to its age it may contain imperfections such as marks notations. Is is a book that shouldn t be forgotten If you like biographies and autobiographies you will like this book by Ernest Shackleton I have read several books about Shackleton but none by him This book gave me an insight into his
PERSONALITY AND LEADERSHIP STYLE WHICH INVOLVED 
and leadership style which involved rganization extreme attention to detail and planning and good Blood Love old common sense He wasn t afraidf much and he was *also very lucky during this voyage His personal energy and stamina were astounding and inspired his men He treasured the *very lucky during this voyage His personal energy and stamina were astounding and inspired his men He treasured the good traits f his men and made excellent use f their individual skills He could be very elouent and poetic at times and had a deep appreciation f the Antarctic landscape and its natural history He was well versed in knowledge f scientific matters which was something I did not know before I read this book As an athlete scientist explorer writer and leader 14 domesticity 14 falling into holes 14 descriptions f rocks r snow and 14 animal deathEver since I read Shipwreck at the Bottom f the World I ve been interested in Shackleton to say the least and this was such a treat since it was actually written by him It was also such a treat because I LOVE supply lists Outside f what he actually SAYS it was an interesting look into how colonialism touches places even not touched by people The description f the feast in the Notes f the Southern Journey chapter was hilarious to me I definitely have a new view DIY, Dammit!: A Practical Guide to Curse-Free Crafting of Shackleton He likes to uote things and showff his knowledge and him noting that he was reading Much Ado About Nothing was also funny I guess what I got ut f this was this book was Surprisingly Funny And Yet funny and yet made me respect the endeavor slightly less Reading about them claiming the southern point for the ueen about Shackleton saying that his hunger was vigorous and keen than poor people really showed things in a new light for me I enjoyed reading thisview spoilerAlso the part where the horses ate so much sand they died hide spoiler What induced me to start reading E Shackleton s dramatic diary n his first Antarctic journey as a leader f an expedition was William s Grill Shackleton s Journey illustrated and narrated by himself Despite being a children purposed colorful table book it appear. R protecting preserving and promoting the world's literature in affordable high uality modern editions that are true to the riginal wo.

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