'Storyteller' magazine, containing the article 'Arctic Hunter' by Edward Shackleton

Edward Shackleton [Arctic hunting; polar exploration; Eskimos; G. K. Chesterton; Hermann Goering]
 Article 'Arctic Hunter' by Edward Shackleton
Publication details: 
Vol. I. No. 6: April 1937. London: The Amalgamated Press, Ltd.
SKU: 9325

4to, 112 pp. Stapled. In original printed wraps. Fair, on aged and lightly-discoloured paper. In creased, worn and discoloured wraps. 'Arctic Hunter' by Shackleton covers pp. 33-38. With four photographs (three captions: 'A Herd of Musk-Oxen', 'An Arctic Switch-Back' and 'Eskimos in their Hunting Kayaks'). Shackleton's article reads as an original not an extract. Begins 'THE Arctic is thought by many to be a dead and sunless world, largely devoid of life. It is this misconception that has led such authorities as Stefansson to talk of the "Friendly Arctic," as a land where life can easily be maintained by those who possess reasonable hunting skill and a rifle.' The magazine also includes 'Next to Hitler' by T. R. Ybarra (6 pp, with 5 photographs), about Goering; and the nine-page G. K. Chesterton's story 'The Unmentionable Man'.