This etext was prepared by David Price firstname.lastname@example.org, from the 1921 J. M. Dent edition. Notes on Life & Letters by Joseph Conrad Contents: Author’s note PART I–Letters BOOKS–1905. HENRY JAMES–AN APPRECIATION–1905 ALPHONSE DAUDET–1898 GUY DE MAUPASSANT–1904 ANATOLE FRANCE–1904 TURGENEV–1917 STEPHEN CRANE–A NOTE WITHOUT DATES–1919 TALES OF THE SEA–1898 AN OBSERVER IN MALAYA–1898 A HAPPY
This etext was prepared by Judy Boss, Omaha, NE NOSTROMO A TALE OF THE SEABOARD BY JOSEPH CONRAD “So foul a sky clears not without a storm.” – SHAKESPEARE TO JOHN GALSWORTHY AUTHOR’S NOTE “NOSTROMO” is the most anxiously meditated of the longer novels which belong to the period following upon the publication of the
This etext was prepared by Judy Boss, Omaha, NE TALES OF UNREST BY JOSEPH CONRAD “Be it thy course to being giddy minds With foreign quarrels.” — SHAKESPEARE TO ADOLF P. KRIEGER FOR THE SAKE OF OLD DAYS CONTENTS KARAIN: A MEMORY THE IDIOTS AN OUTPOST OF PROGRESS THE RETURN THE LAGOON AUTHOR’S NOTE Of
The reaches opened before us and closed behind, as if the forest had stepped leisurely across the water to bar the way for our return. We penetrated deeper and deeper into the heart of darkness. It was very quiet there.
Produced by John Orford GASPAR RUIZ By Joseph Conrad I A REVOLUTIONARY war raises many strange characters out of the obscurity which is the common lot of humble lives in an undisturbed state of society. Certain individualities grow into fame through their vices and their virtues, or simply by their actions, which may have a
FALK BY JOSEPH CONRAD FALK A REMINISCENCE Several of us, all more or less connected with the sea, were dining in a small river-hostelry not more than thirty miles from London, and less than twenty from that shallow and dangerous puddle to which our coasting men give the grandiose name of “Ger- man Ocean.” And
THE END OF THE TETHER I For a long time after the course of the steamer Sofala had been altered for the land, the low swampy coast had retained its appearance of a mere smudge of darkness beyond a belt of glitter. The sunrays seemed to fall violently upon the calm sea–seemed to shatter them-
This etext was prepared from the 1914 Methuen & Co. edition by David Price, email email@example.com CHANCE–A TALE IN TWO PARTS by Joseph Conrad PART I–THE DAMSEL CHAPTER ONE–YOUNG POWELL AND HIS CHANCE I believe he had seen us out of the window coming off to dine in the dinghy of a fourteen-ton yawl belonging
AN OUTCAST OF THE ISLANDS BY JOSEPH CONRAD Pues el delito mayor Del hombre es haber nacito –CALDERON TO EDWARD LANCELOT SANDERSON AUTHOR’S NOTE ” An Outcast of the Islands ” is my second novel in the absolute sense of the word; second in conception, second in execution, second as it were in its essence.
This etext was prepared by Judy Boss, Omaha, NE Note: I have made the following changes to the text: PAGE LINE ORIGINAL CHANGED TO 45 25 Commander-in Commander-in- 155 35 “‘I “I 253 20 Ferand Feraud 283 5 ” Vostri anelli .” “‘ Vostri anelli .'” A SET OF SIX BY JOSEPH CONRAD Les petites
Note: I have omitted the running heads , and have made the following changes to the text: PAGE LINE ORIGINAL CHANGED TO 129 18 thinkin thinking 176 8 now now. 207 14 ful full. A PERSONAL RECORD BY JOSEPH CONRAD A FAMILIAR PREFACE As a general rule we do not want much encouragement to talk
” . . . But the Dwarf answered: No; something human is dearer to me than the wealth of all the world.” GRIMM’S TALES. TO MY WIFE CONTENTS YOUTH: A NARRATIVE YOUTH THIS could have occurred nowhere but in England, where men and sea interpenetrate, so to speak–the sea entering into the life of most