The African Queen

C. S. Forester


First released in 1935, C.S. Forester's vintage romantic event is a story of opposites attracted. Allnut and Rose, a disreputable Cockney and an English spinster missionary, wend their means down a river in important Africa in a rickety, asthmatic steam release, and are progressively joined jointly in a undertaking of retaliation opposed to the Germans. combating time, warmth, malaria and bullets, the 2 have a dramatic rapprochement prior to the explosive finishing of the publication. This story of not going love is exciting and humorous and eventually gratifying.

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