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Beyond the Imaginary Gates Journeys in the Fjord Region of Northeast Greenland

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By: Ian Brownlie Roy
192 pages, Illus
Publisher: Harvill Press
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  • Beyond the Imaginary Gates ISBN: 9781860468582 Hardback Dec 2003 Publication cancelled #127766
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Portrait of one of the last great unstudied wildernesses of the northern hemisphere, once the home of the Inuit tribe. Roy documents their winter houses, summer tent rings, graves and strange stone mosaics. He also records the remnants of the life of a small band of Norwegian and Danish hunters who during the early twentieth century travelled in these lonely fjords on dog-sledges.

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Cancelled
By: Ian Brownlie Roy
192 pages, Illus
Publisher: Harvill Press
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