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Antarctic Conquest

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Country  United States
Publication date  1949
Originally published  1949
Subject  Exploration
Language  English
Media type  Print (Hardback)
Publisher  G. P. Putnam's Sons
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Authors  Finn Ronne, L. Sprague de Camp
Similar  L Sprague de Camp books, Other books

My antarctic conquest


Antarctic Conquest: the Story of the Ronne Expedition 1946-1948 is a 1949 science book by Norwegian-American Antarctic explorer Finn Ronne and science fiction writer L. Sprague de Camp, published in hardcover by G. P. Putnam's Sons. The role of de Camp, who was commissioned as a ghost writer to recast Ronne's manuscript into publishable form, is uncredited. Ronne's working title was reportedly "Conquering the Antarctic".

Contents

The book relates the story of the Ronne Antarctic Research Expedition.

Relationship to other works

De Camp's work with Ronne is reflected in two of his contemporary Viagens Interplanetarias science fiction stories set on the fictional planet Krishna. One, the short story "Calories," adopts an Antarctic setting not utilized in any of the series's other stories; in the other, the novel The Hand of Zei, the protagonist adopts the alias of an inhabitant of the planet's Antarctic and is, like de Camp, employed as a ghostwriter for his explorer boss.

References

Antarctic Conquest Wikipedia


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