Falk: A Reminiscence
Falk by Joseph Conrad is a story of the protagonist who confesses his crime. He holds back a dreadful secret that restricts his ability to live life to the fullest. This is another work by Conrad that depicts human psychology and unravelling events of the contemporary era. Engrossing!
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