The Ghost Memoirs of Robert Falcon Scott
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The Ghost Memoirs of Robert Falcon Scott

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The Ghost of Robert Falcon Scott must tell his story, before he is allowed to pass into the beyond. He tells it to CyberRat through the internet. His history of his quest for the South Pole is compelling and sheds light on the motivations of all explorers, those individuals who desire to learn about the unknown, no matter what the odds of their own survival. Scott (1868-19...more
Paperback, 99 pages
Published October 21st 1999 by Royal Fireworks Publishing Company
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