In The Lost Explorer, Anker explains why he thinks Mallory and Irvine failed to reach the summit, but also expresses his awe at Mallory's achievement with the primitive equipment of the time.
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Yes because the content is so involved and there are discoveries of one's own to be made.New facts appear each time one listens.
The sympathetic approach to a very traumatic event.
When the body of Mallory is discovered and.the conflict of whether to announce it or not is described.
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