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Ancient Mariner

McGoogan, Ken

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ISBN 10: 0593052749 / ISBN 13: 9780593052747
Published by Bantam Press, 2004
Used Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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First printing (complete number line) hardcover in VG condition: pages unmarked and a little age-yellowed, slight overall wear turning light at the lower spine, lower corners a little bumped). The dust jacket is VG-minus with light edge wear and a few tiny tears, slight fading. 334 pages. [1.4 lbs]. Bookseller Inventory # 61525

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Title: Ancient Mariner

Publisher: Bantam Press

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

Edition: First Edition

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Synopsis:

Ken McGoogan chronicles Hearne's harrowing odyssey, which was marked by hardship, hunger and disappointment, and mitigated only by his friendship with the legendary Indian leader Matonabbee. Hearne's epic adventure culminated in the infamous massacre by the Coppermine River an event that became the cornerstone of his own book, Journey to the Northern Ocean, and changed his life forever. It was Hearne's own account of this atrocity that McGoogan believes inspired Samuel Coleridge's famous poem the "Time Of The Ancient Mariner". Haunted by guilt and sorrow, the explorer shared his story with the poet when they met in London.

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KEN McGOOGAN is a Canadian writer - historian, biographer, novelist and journalist. He is the author of the internationally acclaimed bestseller Fatal Passage about Scottish Arctic adventurer John Rae, which won the Writers' Trust of Canada Drainie-Taylor Biography Prize, the Canadian Authors' Association History Award and the Grant MacEwan Award. It also won a US Christopher Award as a work of artistic excellence that 'affirms the highest values of the human spirit'. The author lives with his family in Toronto, Canada.

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