Novelist, essayist, Mark Twain scholar, photographer, and Antarctic explorer Charles Neider (1915–2001) here offers a vivid account of his third and final trek through the southern continent.
"To Charles Neider, Antarctica is not the blinding white continent of popular belief, but a tremendously beautiful if alien world filled with 'electric colors.' ... Neider's aim is to make people aware of what Antarctica is about. He does so with great style in Beyond Cape Horn."—SFChronicle