Gaspar Ruiz: Easyread Large Edition
Joseph Conrad's Gaspar Ruiz (1908) was first published in Strand Magazine in 1906. Set in Chile at the time of LaGuerra a Muerte, it is the romantic story of a man charged with fighting for the Royalists who must also battle self-deception.
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