"Notes on Life and Letters" is a collection of twenty-six essays by Joseph Conrad. These essays present a fluctuating outlook of his literary views and concerns about the events of his time such as the Titanic Disaster and the First World War. Engrossing and insightful!In 1894, at age 36, Conrad reluctantly gave up the sea, partly because of poor health and partly because he had decided on a literary career.
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February 13, 2008
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