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Little new in story of Scott

Scott Of The Antarctic: A Life Of Courage And Tragedy In The Extreme South, by David Crane, HarperCollins, €36.50.

12th November, 2005

Scott Of The Antarctic: A Life Of Courage And Tragedy In The Extreme South, by David Crane, HarperCollins, €36.50.

When explorer Ernest Shackleton returned from his failed Endurance expedition, he remarked that it was better to be “a live donkey than a dead lion'‘.

One man who did not agree with Shackleton was his fellow explorer and former commander, Robert Falcon Scott.

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