My Australian Girlhood, Sketches and Impressions of Bush Life

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T. F. Unwin, 1902 - Australia - 270 pages
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Page 280 - Surely this is real romance — the romance that is real. Space forbids anything but the merest recapitulation of the other living realities of Mr. Conrad's invention— of Lingard, of the Inimitable Almayer, the one-eyed Babalatchi, the Naturalist, of the pious Abdulla — all novel, all authentic. Enough has been written to show Mr. Conrad's quality. He imagines his scenes and their sequence like a master ; he knows his individualities and their hearts ; he has a new and wonderful field in this...
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Page 280 - is perhaps the finest piece of fiction that has been published this year, as ' Almayer's Folly ' was one of the finest that was published in 1895 ... Surely this is real romance — the romance that is real.
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