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Author: Joseph Conrad
Twenty-six essays in Notes on Life and Letters (1921) present a kaleidoscopic view of Joseph Conrad's literary views and interest in the events of his day, including the Titanic disaster and First World War.
End of the Tether is a book by Joseph Conrad.
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