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The Hornblower Companion.
by [Nautical Fiction] Forester, C.S.

Publisher Information:
Little Brown, Boston: 1964.

A Fine tight copy in a Near Fine unclipped dust jacket with light wear to the extremities.and a small ink marking on the rear panel This is Forester's story of how the Hornblower saga came into existence. Forester traces Hornblower's naval career from his initial cruise as a midshipman to his admiralcy in the West Indies in a series of thirty maps illustrating Hornblower's major naval exploits. Accompanying this Hornblower atlas is an essayby Forester on theliterary birth of his naval hero and the development of the entire saga.This is the true first edition that precedes the UK edition.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 26743

Price: $275.00

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