Horatio Hornblower


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Noun1.Horatio Hornblower - a fictional English admiral during the Napoleonic Wars in novels written by C. S. Forester
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He published The African Queen in 1935 and two years later created a series of historical novels featuring his most popular character, Captain Horatio Hornblower. | 1912: Tarzan Of The Apes, by Edgar Rice Burroughs, first went into print as a magazine serial.
He published The African Queen in 1935, and in 1937 created a series of historical novels featuring his popular character, Captain Horatio Hornblower. 1912: Tarzan Of The Apes, by Edgar Rice Burroughs, first went into print as a magazine serial.
Meanwhile, HORATIO HORNBLOWER (3.40) should go well for Nick Williams having been way out his depth at Ascot.
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He published The African Queen in 1935 and two years later created a series of historical novels with his most popular character, Captain Horatio Hornblower. 1912: Tarzan Of The Apes, by Edgar Rice Burroughs, first went into print as a magazine serial.
He published The African Queen in 1935 and two years later created a series of historical novels for his most popular character, Captain Horatio Hornblower.
He published The African Queen in 1935 and two later created a series of novels on his most popular character, Captain Horatio Hornblower.
Which British historical novelist created Horatio Hornblower? A C.S.
In April 1966 the author of The African Queen, and Horatio Hornblower novels, died.
Despite being pressed all the way up the run-in, the Charlie Longsdon-trained 9-1 shot found just enough to repel Horatio Hornblower by a neck.
But despite the scene's graphic nature, Ioan, 44, who first found fame in the title role of ITV's Horatio Hornblower series, has insisted the show has been "controversial yet relevant".
Forester (Horatio Hornblower), Bernard Cornwell (Rifleman Sharpe) and George MacDonald Fraser (Harry Flashman), can bring history to life.