Aurora Australis: The Book of the 1907/09 British Antarctic Expedition.

See print of a pressroom following title of “Struggle? for the Broom”

p. 8 of story on “The ascent of Mount Erebus”: “A man after such a meal, in any but a polar climate, would have seen in his sleep ‘more devils than vast hell can hold,’ but it speaks volumes for the climate, as well as for the strength of the quintuple-whacker’s digestion, that on this occasion he slept soundly till dawn, and that too, with a volume of Paradise Lost in his pocket, without once seeing a vision of the swart hero of Milton’s epic.”