|Conrad, Joseph||The End of the Tether||Literary / L||1902||4|
|Conrad, Joseph||Heart of Darkness||Literary / L||1902||3.5|
|Conrad, Joseph||Youth||Literary / L||1902||0|
With his unique and powerful prose, it was Joseph Conrad's aim to make readers feel, hear and see whatever graced the pages of his work. John Lyon provides a brilliant introduction and insightful notes for Joseph Conrad: Youth, Heart of Darkness, The End of the Tether. These three distinct stories not only portray grand themes of humanity, but also unmistakable overtones of skepticism. This publication is a must-have for collectors of timeless literature. "