Hør utdrag
Scott's Last Expedition - Robert Falcon Scott

Scott's Last Expedition

Scott's Last Expedition

3.83 18 5 Forfatter: Robert Falcon Scott Innleser: William Sutherland
Finnes som lydbok.
Finnes som e-bok.
The final letters and diary entries of Robert Falcon Scott – written in his last days, while hopelessly trapped in a tiny tent by a raging blizzard on the Great Ice Barrier – are among the most poignant and haunting passages ever penned. ‘Had we lived,’ he wrote, ‘I should have had a tale to tell of the hardihood, endurance, and courage of my companions which would have stirred the heart of every Englishman.’ Scott’s diaries, discovered with his body the next spring and then used as the essence of the book Scott’s Last Expedition, caught the public imagination in a way few tales of exploration ever have. The account of Scott’s second Antarctic expedition describes the near-disastrous voyage south, the dangers and beauties of the long, dark winter, and the brutal hardships of the trek to the South Pole. But it was the Polar Party’s unflagging stamina, bravery, and spirit on their tragic return after finding they had been beaten to their goal by the Norwegian Roald Amundsen that so resonated with the British public. Scott’s evocative telling of this story created a legend that would grip the world for generations.
Språk: Engelsk Kategori: Historie Oversetter:

Produktdetaljer lydbok:

Forlag: Blackstone Publishing
Utgitt: 2006-01-01
Spilletid: 18T 35M
ISBN: 9781483074702

Produktdetaljer e-bok:

Forlag: Wordsworth Editions
Utgitt: 2012-05-01
ISBN: 9781848705432
Kommentarer

Ha alltid en god bok klar – lytt og les hva du vil, når du vil

Les og lytt til så mange bøker du bare vil! Med Storytel kan du lese og lytte ubegrenset til lydbøker og e-bøker i alle sjangre. Du kan enkelt veksle mellom lytting og lesing, og du kan alltid ha bøker offline, slik at favorittbøkene dine er tilgjengelige selv om du ikke har mobildekning. Kort sagt; den beste digitale bokopplevelsen du kan få!
Prøv Storytel nå