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PATRICK O'BRIAN, THE MAKING OF THE NOVELIST by Nikolai Tolstoy

£9.99

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The book is in used very good condition with the dustjacket having slightly creased top spine edge and slightly creased front cover edge. 512pp with 39 small b/w photos including illustrations. There is a prologue, biographical note, acknowledgements and index. O'Brien is the author of 20 volumes set in the Royal Navy of the early 19th century. This volume relates his life up to his move to the South of France, his oppressed childhood, his writing success, his first visit to Ireland, his sailing experiences. and his divorce. Nikolai Tolstoy was O'Brien's stepson and had unique access to original sources.

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Author(s):
TOLSTOY Nikolai
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
25 cms x 16 cms
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0712670254
Number of pages:
512
Publisher:
Century London 2004
Title:
PATRICK O'BRIAN THE MAKING OF A NOVELIST

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The book is in used very good condition with the dustjacket having slightly creased top spine edge and slightly creased front cover edge. 512pp with 39 small b/w photos including illustrations. There is a prologue, biographical note, acknowledgements and index. O'Brien is the author of 20 volumes set in the Royal Navy of the early 19th century. This volume relates his life up to his move to the South of France, his oppressed childhood, his writing success, his first visit to Ireland, his sailing experiences. and his divorce. Nikolai Tolstoy was O'Brien's stepson and had unique access to original sources.

Author(s):
TOLSTOY Nikolai
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
25 cms x 16 cms
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0712670254
Number of pages:
512
Publisher:
Century London 2004
Title:
PATRICK O'BRIAN THE MAKING OF A NOVELIST

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