Patrick O'Brian: Critical Essays and a Bibliography

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A. E. Cunningham
W. W. Norton & Company, 1994 - Literary Collections - 175 pages
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Patrick O'Brian is the well-known author of the Aubrey/Maturin novels, set during the Napoleonic wars. They are acknowledged by critics and readers alike as classic works of fiction and are attracting an increasingly wide audience. Patrick O'Brian is also a translator of note and the author of several biographies and other works of nonfiction. His first books appeared over forty years ago to wide and enduring critical acclaim.
 

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O'Brian, whose seafaring novels of the 18th century (e.g., The Wine-Dark Sea, LJ 10/15/93) are both popular and critically praised, is the first in a series of living authors to be honored with a ... Read full review

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BLACK CHOLERIC MARRIED?
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A LITERARY REVIEW
23
THE HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
49
A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL RECORD
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Notes on the Contributors 73
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