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"He didn't think in English". So spoke the owner of a secondhand bookstore in Monterey, who was discussing Joseph Conrad. I had never really thought about him that way before, which might explain the ... Read full review
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Lord Jim Joseph Conrad (1900) August 22, 2005 I think it very appropriate that the first review that I write of the Modern Library's 100 best novels of the 20th century is destroyed by technology. I ...
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