Unknown Ways: More Tales of Explorers, Pioneers and Travellers

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First published in 1940, E. E. Reynold's Unknown Ways is a collection of tales, intended for young readers, focusing on explorers, pioneers and travellers. Similar to Mr Reynold's book Behind the Ranges, this volume presents episodes from the lives of ten different historical figures, including Sir Martin Frobisher, Sven Hedin, Mary Kingsley, and Alexander Selkirk. Although the writing reflects some of the cultural and ethnocentric biases of its time, this book remains an interesting example of popular educational texts for ...

Unknown Ways: More Tales of Explorers, Pioneers and Travellers 2011, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

ISBN-13: 9781107600270

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