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    Lines in the Ice

    Lines in the Ice asks why Europeans have for so long been drawn to the Arctic, following the course of major journeys to the region, assessing the impact of this on the north’s indigenous communities and revealing how important this exploration has been in making the modern world.

    As well as drawing out this rich and vivid history, the book focuses on the beauty the Arctic has created by inspiring those who live in the landscape or have spent their lives exploring it. It is richly illustrated throughout with topographical views, innovative photography and particularly maps.

    Author: Philip Hatfield

    Brand: British Library Publishing

    Number of pages: 224 pages

    Binding: Hardback

    Dimensions: 280x220mm