Joseph Conrad: A Biography
The author reveals aspects of Conrad's Polish background, the Carlist wars in Spain in which the author was briefly caught up, his pro-semitism, his suicide attempt, his meeting with T.E.Lawrence, and his love affair with the American journalist Jane Anderson, who became a traitor in World War II.
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JOSEPH CONRAD: A BiographyUser Review - Kirkus
Although he promises important new information about Joseph Conrad's life, most of what is new in this hefty biography from Meyers (D.H. Lawrence, 1990, etc.) is of minor significance. For a great ... Read full review
Joseph Conrad: a biographyUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
The prolific Meyers ( D.H. Lawrence, LJ 5/15/90) here offers the first major biography of Conrad since Frederick R. Karl's Joseph Conrad: The Three Lives ( LJ 12/1/78). Karl excels with the early ... Read full review