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About This Item
The Sea-Hawk was adapted into a move two times:
- Directed by Frank Lloyd in 1924 as a silent film faithful to the book.
- Famous 1940 adaptation starring Errol Flynn inspired by the book.
This is a vintage book which will have signs of wear, sometimes significant to the boards. Pages will always be intact with minimal to no stray marks or marginalia, unless otherwise noted. Books may have an owner or gift inscription. Prior to bidding, please inspect pictures closely to ensure you are confident in what you will be getting.
Rafael Sabatini was born in Jesi, Italy in 1875 to an English mother and Italian father, both renowned opera singers. At a young age, Rafael travelled frequently, and could speak six languages fluently by the age of seventeen. After a brief stint in the business world, Sabatini turned to writing. He worked prolifically, writing short stories in the 1890s, with his first novel published in 1902. Scaramouche was published in 1921 to widespread acclaim, and was soon followed by the equally succesful Captain Blood and The Sea Hawk. He died on February 13, 1950 in Switzerland.
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Austin Book Cellar
I am not a professional book seller and do my best to accurately describe in words and pictures the condition of each book. Books which are 50-100 years old purchased often from estates and individuals will all have signs of wear and imperfections. If you have any concerns about the book's condition beyond what has been described or put into pictures, please reach out for more information prior to making purchase.