Articles | Volume 89, issue 1
Polarforschung, 89, 31–35, 2021
https://doi.org/10.5194/polf-89-31-2021
Polarforschung, 89, 31–35, 2021
https://doi.org/10.5194/polf-89-31-2021

Scientific article 20 May 2021

Scientific article | 20 May 2021

Mehr literarischer Entdecker als Polarheld: Arthur Conan Doyles Reise in die Arktis (1880)

Martin Göllnitz

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When one hears the name Arthur Conan Doyle one usually thinks first of his literary hero and master detective Sherlock Holmes rather than the writer himself. But it was not only London's top crime fighter and his faithful companion (Dr. Watson) who braved dangers, Doyle himself experienced exciting – and sometimes life-threatening – adventures, which later provided inspiration for his literary work. This article examines his journey on an English whaler as a member of the crew and ship’s doctor.