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No one has been so well equipped as C. S. Forester to dramatize the sea battles of the War of 1812, to characterize the heroes more skillfully, or to ...Show synopsisNo one has been so well equipped as C. S. Forester to dramatize the sea battles of the War of 1812, to characterize the heroes more skillfully, or to comprehend more shrewdly the world unrest that made it possible for an infant republic to embarrass a great nation rich in one hundred years of sea triumphs.Hide synopsis
Description:Very Good. Very good tight and clean paperback shows a mild...Very Good. Very good tight and clean paperback shows a mild creasing down spine and tiny bit of staining along bottom edges and bottom corner of a few pages. 284 pages. Remains an attractive and perfectly usable copy of this naval history from the author of the Hornblower novels.
Description:Good. Used, Acceptable Condition, may show signs of wear and...Good. Used, Acceptable Condition, may show signs of wear and previous use. Please allow 4-14 business days for delivery. 100% Money Back Guarantee, Over 1, 000, 000 customers served. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 284 p.
Description:Good in poor jkt. jacket. 284 pages, index, map endpapers, gray...Good in poor jkt. jacket. 284 pages, index, map endpapers, gray cloth over boards with gilt spine title on blue field, illustrated dustjacket. Boards lightly soiled, backstrip ends frayed, contents near fine; jacket is stretched, tattered, small pieces missing along edges, formerly in three pieces and now taped together. A title in the Mainstream of America Series edited by Lewis Gannett.
Description:Very Good in Good+ jacket. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company...Very Good in Good+ jacket. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, 1956. First Edition. Hard Cover. Doubleday & Company. Tall octavo, gilt stamped cloth complete with DJ, 284 pages. Stated First Edition. Good+. Moderate wear and price-clip to DJ, now in archival sleeve; also, some light edge wear. The overall tenor of this First Edition of Forester's look at the Naval War of 1812 is Good+. (naut).
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