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Cecil Scott Forester, an Englishman, was born in Cairo in 1899, the son of a British army officer. He was educated in London, and for a time he studied medicine. After a World War I stint in the infantry, however, he decided to be a poet. This was a shortlived pursuit and he soon turned to biography and fiction. He then wrote many best-selling novels—African Queen and The General among them—before he wrote the first of his Hornblower stories in 1937. That first book was Beat to Quarters, chronologically the fifth volume in tracing the career of Hornblower. In 1940 Forester moved to Berkeley, California, where he lived for many years between his World War II and postwar travels. In April of 1966, while writing Hornblower and the Crisis, C. S. Forester died. Today, the popularity of his writing still continues to grow, and the names of both Forester and Hornblower have become synonymous with the greatest names in naval literature.

2017-05-29 15:21. 0 0 Embed into website This option allows you to integrate a file gallery and file sales options on your website by copying and pasting this code anywhere on your page. (Cecil Scott), 1899-1966 Manuscript Collection MS-1441 Bloodshed in Bladensburg (article), handwritten manuscript with revisions and typed insert, 13 pages, undated.

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Forester-'The Ship'-1943-Little Brown-5' X 7 1/2'-281 pages-Hardcover Book-With Jacket-Signed By Author.Forester, C. (Cecil Scott Forester), 1899–1966, British novelist, b. Cairo, Egypt, educated in England. A prolific and popular author, C. Forester is best known for his novels of the royal navy in the days of sail, especially. 2017-05-29 15:21. 0 0 Embed into website This option allows you to integrate a file gallery and file sales options on your website by copying and pasting this code anywhere on your page. This page was last edited on 31 December 2018, at 11:06. All structured data from the main, property and lexeme namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; text in the other namespaces is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply.