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The Complete Works of Joseph Conrad, including "Heart of Darkness" and "Nostromo" All 18 Novels and 27 Short-Stories, plus Essays, Memoirs and Drama! For over a century the works of Joseph Conrad have been included on the literary "Must Read" lists. Books such as "Heart of Darkness", "The Secret Agent", and "Nostromo" were incredibly popular when they were released, The Complete Works of Joseph Conrad, including "Heart of Darkness" and "Nostromo" All 18 Novels and 27 Short-Stories, plus Essays, Memoirs and Drama! For over a century the works of Joseph Conrad have been included on the literary "Must Read" lists. Books such as "Heart of Darkness", "The Secret Agent", and "Nostromo" were incredibly popular when they were released, and many decades later they are still being read and discussed, and even adapted into successful cult movies such as 'Apocalypse Now' and 'The Duellists'.Joseph Conrad's writing-style is greatly praised, and his skill as a storyteller is so great that even F. Scott Fitzgerald once declared "I'd rather have written Nostromo than any other novel." ˃˃˃ The COMPLETE Works in One Great Ebook This huge volume contains all 18 of Conrad's novels, including "The Nature of a Crime" which was written with Ford Madox Ford, and which is left out of many other collections. It also contains all 27 of the short-stories, all delivered within the collections in which they were originally published. There are also numerous essays and personal memoirs, as well as the short play "One Day More" which is often overlooked in collections of Joseph Conrad.All the texts in this huge volume have been beautifully formatted and checked for errors, and the volume contains an extensive interactive table of contents for ease of navigation. ˃˃˃ The Complete Works - For the Price of One Book! For a similar price to just one ebook by Joseph Conrad, you could own every book he ever wrote! Bybliotech are committed to making high-quality ebooks, and we believe they represent the best value available on e-readers today.The books contained in this huge volume are: NOVELS: Almayer’s FollyAn Outcast Of The IslandsThe Nigger Of The NarcissusLord JimThe InheritorsTyphoonHeart Of DarknessRomanceNostromoThe Secret AgentUnder Western EyesChanceVictoryThe Shadow-LineThe Arrow Of GoldThe RescueThe Nature Of A CrimeThe Rover SHORT-STORIES: Tales Of Unrest:Karain: A MemoryThe IdiotsAn Outpost Of ProgressThe ReturnThe LagoonYouthFalkAmy FosterTo-MorrowThe End Of The TetherA Set Of Six:Gaspar RuizThe InformerThe BruteAn AnarchistThe DuelIl Conde'Twixt Land & Sea:A Smile Of FortuneThe Secret SharerFreya Of The Seven IslesWithin The Tides:The Planter Of MalataThe PartnerThe Inn Of The Two WitchesBecause Of The DollarsTales Of Hearsay:The Warrior's SoulPrince RomanThe TaleThe Black Mate DRAMA: One Day More NON-FICTION: The Mirror Of The SeaA Persona


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The Complete Works of Joseph Conrad, including "Heart of Darkness" and "Nostromo" All 18 Novels and 27 Short-Stories, plus Essays, Memoirs and Drama! For over a century the works of Joseph Conrad have been included on the literary "Must Read" lists. Books such as "Heart of Darkness", "The Secret Agent", and "Nostromo" were incredibly popular when they were released, The Complete Works of Joseph Conrad, including "Heart of Darkness" and "Nostromo" All 18 Novels and 27 Short-Stories, plus Essays, Memoirs and Drama! For over a century the works of Joseph Conrad have been included on the literary "Must Read" lists. Books such as "Heart of Darkness", "The Secret Agent", and "Nostromo" were incredibly popular when they were released, and many decades later they are still being read and discussed, and even adapted into successful cult movies such as 'Apocalypse Now' and 'The Duellists'.Joseph Conrad's writing-style is greatly praised, and his skill as a storyteller is so great that even F. Scott Fitzgerald once declared "I'd rather have written Nostromo than any other novel." ˃˃˃ The COMPLETE Works in One Great Ebook This huge volume contains all 18 of Conrad's novels, including "The Nature of a Crime" which was written with Ford Madox Ford, and which is left out of many other collections. It also contains all 27 of the short-stories, all delivered within the collections in which they were originally published. There are also numerous essays and personal memoirs, as well as the short play "One Day More" which is often overlooked in collections of Joseph Conrad.All the texts in this huge volume have been beautifully formatted and checked for errors, and the volume contains an extensive interactive table of contents for ease of navigation. ˃˃˃ The Complete Works - For the Price of One Book! For a similar price to just one ebook by Joseph Conrad, you could own every book he ever wrote! Bybliotech are committed to making high-quality ebooks, and we believe they represent the best value available on e-readers today.The books contained in this huge volume are: NOVELS: Almayer’s FollyAn Outcast Of The IslandsThe Nigger Of The NarcissusLord JimThe InheritorsTyphoonHeart Of DarknessRomanceNostromoThe Secret AgentUnder Western EyesChanceVictoryThe Shadow-LineThe Arrow Of GoldThe RescueThe Nature Of A CrimeThe Rover SHORT-STORIES: Tales Of Unrest:Karain: A MemoryThe IdiotsAn Outpost Of ProgressThe ReturnThe LagoonYouthFalkAmy FosterTo-MorrowThe End Of The TetherA Set Of Six:Gaspar RuizThe InformerThe BruteAn AnarchistThe DuelIl Conde'Twixt Land & Sea:A Smile Of FortuneThe Secret SharerFreya Of The Seven IslesWithin The Tides:The Planter Of MalataThe PartnerThe Inn Of The Two WitchesBecause Of The DollarsTales Of Hearsay:The Warrior's SoulPrince RomanThe TaleThe Black Mate DRAMA: One Day More NON-FICTION: The Mirror Of The SeaA Persona

30 review for The Complete Joseph Conrad: The Complete Novels, Short-Fiction, Drama and Non-Fiction

  1. 4 out of 5

    Paco Aramburu

    It's the psychological thriller of centuries past. There is an opposite view of Victorian values and relishes in the emotional side of man (it's mostly about men) while his protagonists are driven beyond reasonableness into wild abandon. He seems to be critical of the European buttoned hypocrisy versus the "wild" morass of the natives or the colonized. As a writer, I appreciate how his descriptions of place say a lot about what the characters are going through, how they blend or fight their surro It's the psychological thriller of centuries past. There is an opposite view of Victorian values and relishes in the emotional side of man (it's mostly about men) while his protagonists are driven beyond reasonableness into wild abandon. He seems to be critical of the European buttoned hypocrisy versus the "wild" morass of the natives or the colonized. As a writer, I appreciate how his descriptions of place say a lot about what the characters are going through, how they blend or fight their surroundings. Masterful.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    The Delphi Collections of classic authors are a terrific bargain and allow you to have immediate access on your kindle to what otherwise could take up a whole shelf of your library. I have several of these and am currently reading from one of my favorite Victorians, Joseph Conrad. I suppose he is thought by modern critics to be a relic of the bygone age of colonialism, but his language is simply so rich that I can't see him ever falling out of favor with those who appreciate English literature. I The Delphi Collections of classic authors are a terrific bargain and allow you to have immediate access on your kindle to what otherwise could take up a whole shelf of your library. I have several of these and am currently reading from one of my favorite Victorians, Joseph Conrad. I suppose he is thought by modern critics to be a relic of the bygone age of colonialism, but his language is simply so rich that I can't see him ever falling out of favor with those who appreciate English literature. I read practically all of Conrad's novels years ago and in this edition I am reading for the first time a number of novellas and tales which echo the themes and settings of the longer works. As in Lord Jim, Heart of Darkness or Nostromo, the best of the shorter works focus on a mysterious and powerful figure. In "Karain: a Memory" we meet a figure similar in some ways to Kurtz or Jim but a native Malay. Like Conrad's other protagonists, uhe harbors a dark secret. Gaspar Ruiz, in the story bearing his name, is another tragic figure, doomed by love and his own great strength. Freda in "Freya of the Seven Isles" finds her version of Lord Jim in a rather unstable but charming young English trader. As is his practice, Conrad brings us these tales in the voice of a narrator who is somewhat detached but sympathetic, a figure who in the mature novels becomes Marlow. The best of all the short pieces is certainly "The Secret Sharer," probably the most effective doppelgänger story ever. As I say, these Delphi collections are a great bargain and formatted very carefully. Right now, I'll think I'll take a break from Conrad and dip into my Thomas Hardy collection - another great stylist but what a pessimist!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Wayne Moore

    I had read some of Conrad in college. When I retired I happened across the complete works and decided to read everything by him sort of on a lark. It was worth it.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    I started reading Conrad when I was 10 years old. I've finished his works, but it took 66 years. Loved him more when I was young, probably less now. I started reading Conrad when I was 10 years old. I've finished his works, but it took 66 years. Loved him more when I was young, probably less now.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Pippa

    I did "Heart of Darkness" at school many years ago and found it rather a struggle. Being that much older now I thought perhaps I might now enjoy his work, sadly it seems not. I did "Heart of Darkness" at school many years ago and found it rather a struggle. Being that much older now I thought perhaps I might now enjoy his work, sadly it seems not.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tristan

    I read “Heart of Darkness” at school, but really need to rediscover this celebrated author.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sean

    Read Heart of Darkness.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Millard Irion

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    Karen

  10. 5 out of 5

    Allan L Moore

  11. 5 out of 5

    Gerald S Workman Jr

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    Fabio L E Silva

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    Paul

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    Matt Briggs

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    Neil Batchelor

  16. 5 out of 5

    Doug Hayes

  17. 5 out of 5

    Keith.94928

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ariel Marguin

  19. 4 out of 5

    pedro Vasconcelos

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    Robert

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    Richard J Wilson

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    Terry F Vann

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    Per Kjellberg

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    Luminowski

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    D J Garthwaite

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    Laura

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    Tom Bonneau

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ann Klefstad

  30. 5 out of 5

    Malachy Flisk

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