Author:Conrad, Joseph


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Joseph Conrad Collection, Matched Set of 26 Titles

By: Conrad, Joseph

Price: $1,200.00

Publisher: U.S.A., Doubleday, Page & Company, Garden City, New York: 1925

Edition: 3rd Edition

Seller ID: 19400

Condition: Very Good

26 Volumes, Not numbered. 1925 edition (previously published in 1899 and 1903). Brown Cloth boards to look like leather with gold enhancements. Embossed Schooner on the front cover with a rope border around title on spine and on front cover. Books may have been read one time by my Father when he was a child. Some pages must be split open with a letter opener. Private collection of my Great-Aunt. Titles are as follows: Almayer's Folly, The Arrow of Gold, Chance, The Inheritors, Lord Jim, The Mirror of the Sea, The Nigger of Narcissus, Nostromo, Notes on Life and Letters, Outcast of the Islands,... View more info

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Youth And Two Other Stories

By: Conrad, Joseph

Price: $3.00

Publisher: U.S.A., Doubleday, Page & Company, The Country Life Press, Garden City, N.Y.: 1924

Edition: 1903 edition, published in 1924 with an author's note from 1917.

Seller ID: 19427

Condition: Fair

5" x 7.5". 339 pages. Withdrawn from the library. Securely repaired inside front and back covers with tape. Contains YOUTH, HEART OF DARKNESS, and THE END OF THE TETHER, with an Author's Note at the beginning. well read and worn. Clean text. No markings in the text. Tear at top of the tape on the spine (exterior). Our book number 19427. View more info

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Letters from Joseph Conrad

By: Conrad, Joseph, edited by Garnett, Edward

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Charter Books, published by the Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc., A subsidiary of Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc.,: 1962

Edition: 2nd Edition

Seller ID: 66

Condition: Very Good

312 pages, book in excellent condition, some shelf wear, crease along front cover at hinge. Initials of previous owner on first page. "Of these utterly revealing letters from Joseph Conrad to his close friend and mentor Edward Garnett," THE YALE REVIEW, said "Here is Conrad the master mariner in his laughter, anger and gloom.Had it not been for the encouragement of Mr. Garnett, Conrad would probably never have written those novels recording his experiences on land and sea." Bobbs-Merrill Hardcover edition published 1928, Charter Edition published August, 1962. Our book number 66. Related wor... View more info