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lt;< Previous book. 1978) A novel by Mark Adlard. Every year the whalers sailed to the northern fishing grounds to confront the sea and ice, and to lock in terrible battle with the leviathans that lurked beneath the waters. For Arthur Storm, the newest apprentice on the William Scoresby Senior, going-a-whaling was the fulfilment of every young man's dream. January 1982 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

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Peter Marcus "Mark" Adlard (born 19 June 1932 in Seaton Carew) is an English novelist. The son of Arthur Marcus Adlard, an auctioneer, and Ethel (née Leech), Adlard was educated at the University of London (. c. Trinity College, Cambridge (. 1954) and the Department of Education at Oxford. Aside from writing, his career has been spent in management positions in the steel industry.

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ISBN 10: 0241899818, ISBN 13: 9780241899816. Published by Hamish Hamilton Ltd, 1978. Condition: Good Hardcover. From Books Express (Portsmouth, NH, . Bright clean dust jacket has small repair, shelf and edge wear. Visit Seller's Storefront.

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Tiv
This is excellent fiction, with an historical basis. Anyone with an appetite for Arctic literature or northern sailing stories will enjoy this one. Apart from giving us some fine writing and a simple, vivid story, Adlard takes us back to the last days of sail and the hunting of whales in Greenland waters. The timbers creak on board ship and the whalers somehow engage our entire attention and sympathy, simple poor men that they are, even though in our so much more developed world, we shun the very notion of their trade. But for generations they had to do this job, leaving for months at a time, frequently falling victim to the ice. In seaport towns on both sides of the Atlantic and in parts of the Southern Hemisphere as well, there are rich traditions associated with the ghastly ritual of the harpoon. It is just as well that their stories be preserved; it is a vanished way of life and one that needs to be more carefully documented.
I don't know any more about Mark Adlard, but it is indeed a pity that he seems not to have published much other work. "The Greenlander" whether as history or as fiction, is very good quality material.
Qane
"The Greenlander" by Mark Adlard is a good attempt at bringing back the old-fashioned novel. It is about a whaling ship and its crew "Greenlanders" who embark from Northumbria, England to the Greenland Sea to find whales. Tragedy occurs, and the ship has to turn back to England. Will the crew survive the trip back? Will the hero get the girl he loves? It is a good saga of survival and brotherhood. I did like the competant Shetland woman, she was a good character.
The Greenlander download epub
Genre Fiction
Author: Mark Adlard
ISBN: 0241899818
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Hamish Hamilton Ltd (October 2, 1978)
Pages: 278 pages