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THE FLIGHT OF THE EAGLE. by  Per Olof Sundman - First Edition - (1970.) - from Bookfever.com, IOBA and Biblio.co.nz

THE FLIGHT OF THE EAGLE.

by Sundman, Per Olof

Condition: Very good in a fair only dust jacket (large chip at upper fold of front cover, other edgewear to dj.)./fair only


New York:: Pantheon,, (1970.). Very good in a fair only dust jacket (large chip at upper fold of front cover, other edgewear to dj.).. First US printing. A documentary novel, based on the doomed attempt by S.A. Andre to sail a hydrogen balloon to the North Pole in 1897. After 65 hours, they were forced to land on the ice, where months later they died -although their final campwas not found until 1930. Includes an introduction by the author. Translated from the Swedish by Mary Sandbach. Illustrated with photographs. 383 pp. Map endpapers.

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