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Record #69604:

The heroic ideal: romantic literature and the British exploration of the Antarctic, 1901-1914 / Theodore J. Karamanski.

Title: The heroic ideal: romantic literature and the British exploration of the Antarctic, 1901-1914 / Theodore J. Karamanski.
Author(s): Karamanski, Theodore J.
Date: 1984.
In: Fram : the Journal of Polar Studies. (1984.), Vol. 1(2) (1984)
Abstract: A review of the literature of Antarctic exploration shows the influence of Victorian and contemporary poetry and prose.
Notes:

Fram : the Journal of Polar Studies. Vol. 1(2) :461-469 (1984).

Keywords: 91(091) -- Exploration, history.
82 -- Literature.
S -- Literature and Language.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 69604

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