The following is a bibliography of novels published between 1750 and 1950, designed for an adult audience and written in English or translated into English, containing substantial Antarctic material.
Beale, Charles Willing. The Secret of the Earth. 1899. New York: Arno, 1975.
Beliayev, Aleksander. The Struggle in Space: Red Dreams Soviet-American War. 1928. Trans. Albert Perry. Washington, D.C.: Arfor, 1965.
Binder, Eando. Lords of Creation. 1939. New York: Belmont, 1969.
[Originally serialised in Argosy, Oct. 1939. "Eando Binder" is the pseudonym of Earl Andrew Binder and Otto Oscar Binder.]
Bisbee, Eugene. The Treasure of the Ice. London, New York: F. Tennyson Neely, 1898.
Bonnell, R. Lost in the Land of Ice. New York: A. Wessels, 1902.
Bullen, Frank Thomas. Fighting the Icebergs. London: James Nesbit, 1910.
---. The Bitter South. London: Robert Culley, c. 1909.
Caine, Hall. The Woman Thou Gavest Me. London: Cassell, 1913.
Catherall, Arthur. Vanished Whaler. 1939. London: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1953.
Cendrars, Blaise [Frédéric Louis Sauser]. Antarctic Fugue. London: Pushkin, 1948.
[Originally published in French as Le Plan de L'Aiguille, 1929.]
Cooper, James Fenimore. The Monikins. 1835. Ed. James S. Hedges. Albany, NY: New College and UP, 1990.
---. The Sea Lions. New York: Stringer and Townsend, 1849; London: Richard Bentley, 1849.
Cowan, Frank [c. 1880s]. Revi-Lona: A Romance of Love in a Marvellous Land. New York: Arno, 1978.
Cummings, Ray. The Snow Girl. 1929. Famous Fantastic Classics 1. West Linn, OR: Fax Collector's Editions, 1974. 51–117.
[Originally appeared in serialised form in Argosy 207.5 (2 Nov 1929): 577–96.]
Cunningham, Beall [Dorothy Beall Cunningham]. Wide White Page. London: Hutchinson, c. 1936.
Dake, Charles Romyn. A Strange Discovery. 1899. Boston: Gregg, 1975.
Ferguson, H. South for Adventure. London: Cassell, 1947.
Gibbs, W. Bird Life at the Pole. New York: William Morrow, 1931.
Griffith, G. Olga Romanoff or the Syren of the Skies. 1893–1894. Westport, CT: Hyperion, 1974.
[Originally published as a serial in Pearson's Weekly, December 30, 1893–August 4, 1894.]
Hahn, Charles Curtz. The Wreck of the South Pole or the Great Dissembler and Other Strange Tales. New York: Street and Smith, 1899.
Heinze, Richard. That Silent Sea. London: Massie Publishing, 1939.
Innes, Hammond. The White South. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1949.
[This book was adapted by Innes for the screenplay for the 1954 film "Hell Below Zero" starring Alan Ladd.]
Lovecraft, H.P. At the Mountains of Madness. 1939. New York: Ballantine, 1991.
[First published in Astounding Science Fiction, 1936.]
Marshall, Edison. Dian of the Lost Land. New York: Kinsey, 1935.
[Also published as The Lost Land. New York: Curtis, 1972.]
Mason, A .E. W. The Turnstile: A Novel. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1912; New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1912.
Mastin, John. The Immortal Light. London: Cassell, 1907.
[Also published in the omnibus The Stolen Planet/Through the Sun in an Airship/The Immortal Light. London: Griffin, 1909.]
McIver, George. Neuroomia: A New Continent. London, Melbourne: George Robertson, 1894.
de Mille, James. A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder. 1888. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1969; Ottawa: Carleton UP, 1986.
[First published in serial form in Harper's Weekly, 1888, and in book form by Harper and Brothers, Franklin Square, 1888.]
Paine, Albert Bigelow. The Great White Way: A Record of an Unusual Voyage of Discovery, and Some Romantic Love Affairs Amid Strange Surroundings. New York: J. F. Taylor, 1901.
Poe, Edgar Allen. "The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket." 1837. The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket. Ed. Harold Beaver. London: Penguin, 1975. 43-242.
Pope, Gustavus W. Journey to Mars. 1894. Westport, CT: Hyperion, 1984.
Presland, J. Albatross. New York: D. Appleton, 1932.
Pultock, Robert. The Life and Adventures of Peter Wilkins, a Cornish Man: Relating Particularly his Shipwreck near the South Pole. 1751. Dubbo, NSW: Review, 1979.
[Originally published London: Dodsley, 1750, although the first edition gives the date 1751. Republished New York, London: Garland, 1974.]
Robeson, Kenneth [Lester Dent]. The South Pole Terror. 1936. New York: Bantam: 1974.
[First published in Doc Savage 8.2, October 1936.]
Ross, M. I. South of Zero: The Journal of John (Jack) Hale Meredith while with the Clark-Jamison Antarctic Expedition of 191- to 191-. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1931.
---. White Wind. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1937.
Russell, W. Clark. The Frozen Pirate. 1887. London: Sampson Low, Mareton, Searle, and Rivington, 1974.
Savile, Frank. Beyond the Great South Wall: The Secret of the Antarctic. New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1901.
Seaborn, Captain Adam [John Cleves Symmes]. Symzonia: A Voyage of Discovery. 1820. Gainesville, FL: Scholars' Facsimilies and Reprints, 1965.
[Originally published New York: J. Seymour, 1820.]
Spotswood, Christopher. The Voyage of Will Rogers to the South Pole. Launceston, Tasmania: The Examiner and Tasmanian Office, 1888.
Stables, William Gordon. From Pole to Pole: A Tale of the Sea. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1909.
---. In the Great White Land: A Tale of the Antarctic Ocean. London: Blackie and Son, 1903.
Stilson, Charles B. Polaris of the Snows. 1915. New York: Avalon, Thomas Bouregy, 1965.
[First serialised in All-Story Weekly, beginning Dec. 18 1915.]
---. Minos of Sardanes. 1916. New York: Avalon, 1966.
[First serialised in All-Story Weekly, beginning Aug. 21 1916.]
---. Polaris and the Immortals. 1917. New York: Avalon, 1968.
[First serialised in All-Story Weekly, beginning Sept. 1917, as "Polaris and the Goddess Glorian".]
Sutton, Paralee S. White City. Palo Alto, CA: Palopress, 1949.
Taine, John. The Greatest Adventure. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1929.
Verne, Jules. An Antarctic Mystery. 1897. Boston: Gregg, 1975.
[Originally published as Le Sphinx des Glaces, 1897. Also published Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1899.]
Vogel, Sir Julius. Anno Dominis 2000; or Woman's Destiny. London: Hutchinson, 1889.
Westerman, John F.C. The Antarctic Treasure. 1929. London: Oxford UP, 1932.
Wheatley, D. The Man Who Missed the War. 1945. London: Arrow, 1965.