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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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Captain Charles Marlow describes his experience transporting ivory along the Congo River in Africa where he encounters many instances of ruin and destruction.
In "Amy Foster", Joseph Conrad has written a great story that shows the different types of love felt between Amy and Yanko.
These six stories, all based in truth, include: "Gaspar Ruiz," "The Informer," "The Brute," "An Anarchist," "The Duel," and "Il Conde."
Drugs and a Camera is a mixture of fiction and non-fiction anthology collections created by Bernard Alexander and focused around dark and moody themes that po...
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Written with insight and humour the Author pulls no punches and presents Thailand exactly as seen through his eyes after experiencing life in the North, South...
External Adversity for the Disabled is a relatively short book that includes valuable information about early humans and disability, the various types of phys...
Moving out can be a very frustrating process, especially if you're not at all prepared for the whole process. How, what and when are just some of the question...