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  • Writing styles used by the early Antarctic explorers, taking into account their unique situation and mental pressures.

     

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ID number:324223
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Published: 20.05.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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Since the first appearance of human curiosity, the species has been exploring its
surroundings. It's a primitive urge that was born with the realization that horizons are not limits,
not boundaries, but penetrable veils which need only to be approached to be forced to retreat and
give up its secrets. As the 18th century AD drew to a close, man could barely point a gaze in the
direction of the unknown, for he had already walked, populated, and lived there. Mankind's still
intact thirst for the unknown, constricted and caged by the shrinking world it lived in, needed an
outlet. And s…

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