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us: Howard, Edward, -1841

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    • us: Howard, E. (Edward), -1841
    • us: Howard, Edward, d. 1841
  • Addtional Information

    • Death Date

    • Associated Local

        (naf) Great Britain
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Reading (England)
    • Death Place

        (naf) London (England)
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (naf) Great Britain. Royal Navy
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    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Fiction
      • occupation

          (lcsh) Novelists
            (lcsh) Navies--Officers
              (lcsh) Periodical editors
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          • Earlier Established Forms

            • Howard, Edward, d. 1841
          • Sources

            • found: His Rattlin, the reefer. Edited by the Author of "Peter Simple", 1836 (name not given)
            • found: LC data base, 6/25/90 (hdg.: Howard, Edward; usage: Edward Howard)
            • found: NUC pre-56 (hdg.: Howard, Edward, d. 1841; usage: Edward Howard, E. Howard)
            • found: Oxford DNB online, 27 June 2014 (Edward Howard, novelist, was baptized on 20 March 1793 in Reading, where he was probably born; in 1808 he joined the HMS Aurora and served at least two years; he left the service a lieutenant; his novels and short stories drew on his naval experiences; in 1833 Frederick Marryat made him sub-editor of his Metropolitan Magazine; the semi-autobiographical "Life of a sub-editor" was first serialized there in 1834; it was broken off in 1836, but published whole with a fictional ending as "Rattlin, the Reefer" that year, in which he also became editor of the Magazine; only Marryat's name, as 'editor', appeared on the title-page of the novel, which was extremely successful; his next novel "The Old Commodore" (1837) was less popular; none of his subsequent nautical novels repeated Rattlin's success; he died 30 December 1841 in London; his "Sir Henry Morgan, the Buccaneer" (1842) was published posthumously and critically acclaimed)
          • LC Classification

            • PR4809.H185
          • Change Notes

            • 1990-06-29: new
            • 2014-06-28: revised
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