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In 'Stromboli and the Guns,' Francis Henry Gribble deftly weaves a tale of high-seas adventure and peril, affording readers a hearty foray into nautical fiction. The narrative, steered by protagonist Jean Antoine Stromboli Kosnapulski, pitches a desperate crew against the relentless pursuit of a Spanish adversary. Gribble's prose, resonant with the author's background in classic literature, offers a compelling synthesis of eloquent diction and vivid imagery, setting this novel firmly within the early 20th-century literary tradition. Embedded within the manuscript lies an undertone echoing the human condition ? decisions versus consequences, sacrifices made under duress, and the kaleidoscope of moralities confronted in life-or-death dilemmas.

Francis Henry Gribble's professional life as a teacher of classic literature undoubtedly informs 'Stromboli and the Guns,' lending it a resonance with the ancient epics where fraught voyages and indomitable spirits prevail. His grasp of historical context and dramatic tension manifests throughout the novel, drawing upon Gribble's own intellectual and perhaps personal encounters with humanity's ceaseless struggle against overwhelming odds. His writing, thus, emerges not just as a source of entertainment but as a manifestation of deep-seated philosophies on existence and endurance.

'Stromboli and the Guns' is recommended for those who cherish the undying spirit of maritime literature, where character fortitude and the elements collide in formidable storytelling. Its gripping narrative will hold particular appeal to aficionados of historical adventure, as well as readers who seek a profound connection with the classic traditions of the written word. Gribble's narrative craftsmanship ensures that the voyage on these troubled waters will linger long after the final page is turned.


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Año de Edición
Francis Henry Gribble
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Peso (Físico)
Tamaño Archivo (Virtual)
DRM (Virtual)
Formato Electrónico (Virtual)
Stromboli and the Guns
Biografía del Autor
<p>Francis Henry Gribble was an English author known for his diverse literary contributions that ranged from plays and biographies to works of fiction. Born on May 28, 1862, in London, Gribble established himself as a prolific writer with a keen interest in European history and literature. His writing is characterized by a vivid narrative style and an adherence to historical detail which is evident in his literary creations. Among his numerous books, \'Stromboli and the Guns\' underscores Gribble\'s ability to transition seamlessly between historical analysis and storytelling, showcasing his versatility as a writer. Although his works may not have positioned him as a foremost literary figure in the pantheon of English literature, they do offer valuable perspectives on the societal and cultural contexts of his times. Gribble\'s authorship reveals a committed pursuit to engage with historical subjects, while simultaneously exploring the intricacies of human relationships and societal structures. His literature serves as a testament to his intellectual pursuits and his ability to communicate complex themes with clarity and enthusiasm. Gribble\'s contribution to the literary world remains significant, with a body of work that continues to be of interest to scholars and enthusiasts of early 20th-century literature.</p>
ISBN: 8596547156833
Referencia: BW1037876032

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