The Sea Dreamer

The Sea Dreamer

A Definitive Biography of Joseph Conrad [by]

Book - 1957 | 1st ed.
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Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1957
Edition: 1st ed.
Branch Call Number: B CON
Characteristics: 321 p. ; 21 cm


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"' Mr. Conrad might become the ' Kipling of the Malay Archipelago.'' "Indignation was aroused in him by a critical article published in London, on Alphonse Daudet, who had just died." " He wrote a long introduction to an American biography of Stephen Crane." "Conrad, in the last year of his life, was planning to return to Poland, to die there, and also contemplated revisiting France." After a return copy of a book by James, and Conrad's having sent Henry a dedicated copy of AN OUTCAST OF THE ISLANDS, the two began an acquaintance." this biography has a close- to- its- subject feel to it. The author actually knew Conrad.


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