|Statement||by Frederic W. Farrar.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 16684, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 16684|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (10 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||10|
In Arctic Adventure Freuchen writes of polar bear hunts, of meeting Eskimos who had resorted to cannibalism during a severe famine, and of the thrill of seeing the sun after three months of winter darkness. Trained as a journalist before he headed north, Freuchen is a fine writer and great storyteller (he won an Oscar for his feature film Cited by: The Arctic regions, and the hopes of discovering the lost adventures [microform]: a poem which obtained the chancellor's medal at the Cambridge commencement, / 5 In the days of thy youth: sermons on practical subjects, preached at /5(3). This book is a great cure for those of us with the armchair arctic fever. It does good job scratching old theories and awaking new excitement for something you thought you knew. It would be my guess that the authors both posses the D4DR gene. Writing this book could only have come from a true love of the subject matter. Bravo gentlemen!/5(14). Arctic Dreams was originally published in and won the US National Book Award for non-fiction. It is a compilation of around 10 essays, which can be read separately, each one focusing on a different subject, as Lopez focuses on the inhabitants, visitors and four-legged, two-winged migrants of a frozen territory in the North/5.
This book woke my wanderlust and provoked my impending He also condemns men who told tales of the arctic that weren't true. I kept both these facts in mind as I read short (some only a paragraph) story after short story told almost in a letter to an old friend style about a young man's adventures with Inuit people of Greenland/5. Farrar, F. W. (Frederic William), The Arctic regions, and the hopes of discovering the lost adventures [electronic resource]: a poem which obtained the chancellor's medal at the Cambridge commencement, / ([S.l.: s.n., ?]) (page images at HathiTrust). The Arctic, the polar region on top of the planet, is located mostly inside the Arctic Circle. Arctic waters include the Arctic Ocean as well as numerous bays, seas and straits. The Arctic climate is characterized by long, cold winters and cool, but short summers; low levels of precipitation, mostly in the form of snow. The Arctic regions, and the hopes of discovering the lost adventures [microform]: a poem which obtained the chancellor's medal at the Cambridge commencement, / 5 In the days of thy youth: sermons on practical subjects, preached at 4/5(1).
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