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Jonathan Cape, London, 1996. softcover, 9 1/4" x 6. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Three maps. "It is the last great journey left to man," Ernest Shackelton said in 1914, when he set out for Antarctic. Eighty years later, Sara Wheeler thought it might be a great journey for a woman, too, and then spent seven months travelling across the ice sheet, through the transantarctic mountains and across the Antarctic Peninsula with scientists and mavericks from a variety of nations. No wars, no bank managers, no pram in the hall - Sara learnt another way of looking at the world, and in her heart the journey goes on.