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Complete set of "Mountain Review" magazines

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As seen here.


Nine issues of (very) British hilarity. It's like reading twenty-year-old Economists about the mountains. $45, plus shipping or pick up in Seattle.


I thought the best bits were:

- firsthand account of first alpine-style ascent of cerro chalten

- *#*#ing hilarious account of early British repeat of tis-sa-sack (sp?)

- much bolt-related hand-wringery

- wildly trashy/gossipy/implausible beckey profile

- mike bearzi (ffa of cerro torre) defends[ish] maestri

- many many many pages about whether tomo cesen did or tomo cesen didn't

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