Rereading ConradeBook - 2001
Leading Conradian scholar Daniel R. Schwarz assembles his work from over the past two decades into one crucial volume, providing a significant reexamination of a seminal figure who continues to be a major focus in the twenty-first century. Schwarz touches on virtually all of Joseph Conrad's work, including his masterworks and the later, relatively neglected fiction.
Publisher: Columbia : University of Missouri Press, c2001
Characteristics: ix, 194 pages : illustrations 25 cm
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