Falk: A Reminiscence
Now enshrined among the most important writers of fiction in the Western literary canon, Joseph Conrad's stories often deal with the themes of the sea and nautical travel. In "Falk: A Reminiscence," Conrad amplifies and extends a memory from his own childhood, turning a favorite family myth into a harrowing journey to the very limits of human morality. A must-read for fans of the action-adventure genre.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - vaellus - LibraryThing
Another fine piece by Conrad. The characters and the frame of the story had the potential for a longer work, but the revelation of Falk's secret drew the elements more comfortably into a shorter form ... Read full review