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by Brian Blessed Richly pictorial armchair climber's guide to ascending Everest by UK's Brian Blessed, actor and adventurer, who reached within 1,000 feet of the summit without oxygen in 1993. In 1990 he and a BBC film crew, dressed as Edwardian limbers, followed the route of Mallory and Irvine.

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