Joseph Conrad: A Biography

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John Murray, 1991 - Authors, English - 428 pages
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 Biography

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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 biography

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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

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