Narrative of the Arctic Land Expedition. By Admiral Sir George Back.
Narrative of the Arctic Land Expedition to the Mouth of the Great Fish River, and along the shores of the Arctic Ocean in the years 1833, 1834 and 1835.
Admiral Sir George Back (6 November 1796 – 23 June 1878) was a British naval officer, explorer of the Canadian Arctic, naturalist and artist. This is the account of his explorations.
The bookoholics who love exploring the adventurous narratives were buzzed about “Narrative of the Arctic Land expedition”. This new book by Sir George Back is all about his adventurous explorations of the Arctic land. Sir George Back was the British naval officer. He had discovered the Canadian Arctic land.The book is all about his explorations and the challenges he faced. The book narrates his explorations in the years of 1833 to 1835. So, let’s take a closer insight into the overall worth of the book.
The book is basically the reprint of its 1836 edition by Baudry’s European Library, Paris. As the book is reprint of an old edition it may have some imperfections like, blurred content but what is worth is exploring the real and original unaltered content within this book. The book takes readers into the journey of exciting explorations. So, despite of some errors, the book has gained respect among the adventure book lovers. The book precisely narrates Captain Back’s journey. Through the book readers will get an idea of the cultures of native America, their lifestyle and the voyagers of that time. When reading the book though Captain Back’s original words, a reader can easily visualize the incidents that took place in the exploration. The writing style of Sir George Back is sensible and friendly taking you into a whole new world. Captain Back was a determined and passionate traveller. He did not just explore the lands, but he had truly lived his life within those explorations. The book shows his adventurous but yet humorous and sensible nature. Although the book was targeted for 19th century audience, it still holds the power to engage the 21st century readers.
Over and all, It is the masterpiece from history that is worth exploring. If you start reading it, the book has power to hold readers, until they finish it!