By Janice Weaver,David Craig
Whatever his own shortcomings, to sail via harmful, ice-filled waters with just a small team in a rickety outdated boat, he should have been an individual of infrequent braveness and imaginative and prescient. In Hudson, Janice Weaver has created a compelling portrait of a guy who could be remembered no longer for his tragic finish, yet for how he complicated our knowing of the world.
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Hudson by Janice Weaver,David Craig