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Publisher Description

In this short piece, Elaine Connell discusses Joseph Conrad’s remarkable life, his adventures, learning English as a young man and being a Polish immigrant. She briefly summarises the story of the book, considers the themes and characters, and some points of controversy. 


Elaine Connell was a teacher and writer who died aged 54 in 2007. Best known for her work on Sylvia Plath, she left this introduction to Joseph Conrad’s great work.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2016
August 5
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
44
Pages
PUBLISHER
Pennine Pens
SELLER
Christopher Ratcliffe
SIZE
435.4
KB

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