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Fram: To the Ends of the Earth [Paperback]

Christopher Routledge

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20 April 2011
"Finally Fram showed herself in all her glory as the best sea-boat in the world. It was extraordinary to watch how she behaved. ... the Fram gave a wriggle of her body and was instantly at the top of the wave, which slipped under the vessel. Can anyone be surprised if one gets fond of such a ship?" --Captain Nilsen of the Fram, 1912. From her launch in 1892, to the triumphant return to Norway in 1914, the polar expeditionary ship Fram sailed north almost to the North Pole, and south to Antarctica. supporting three of the most daring of all polar adventures. In the centenary year of Roald Amundsen’s successful trek to the South Pole, this is the story of his ship, the Fram, and her voyages to the ends of the earth.

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Chris Routledge is a freelance writer, editor and academic based near Liverpool in the UK. In the 1990s he wrote a PhD thesis on the American crime writer Raymond Chandler, and has since worked on just about any kind of non-fiction writing project you can think of, from contracted writing for print and web, to copyediting, to blogs, books and a little bit of journalism. He is also a sometime copywriter, ghostwriter, and serial shed builder. He is currently working on a book about the whaler and explorer William Scoresby Jr. His personal webpage is at http://chrisroutledge.co.uk

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Christopher Routledge is a university teacher, freelance writer and editor based near Liverpool in the UK. He has written and edited books on children's literature, the philosophy of language, and the history of beer. He is also a sometime copywriter, ghostwriter, and serial shed builder. http://chrisroutledge.co.uk

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