The Mirror of the Sea and A Personal Record (The World's Classics)
The Mirror of the Sea offers, in Conrad's own words, "a very intimate revelation...of my relation with the sea." This imaginative piece of non-fiction passionately explores ships and their captains, storms, oceans, and all other aspects of a sea-going life that Conrad experienced for twenty years. A Personal Record, Conrad's autobiography, provides invaluable insight into the thoughts of a writer whose experience of repression in Poland and whose love and knowledge of the sea formed a basis for his novels and tales of adventure.
Specifications of The Mirror of the Sea and A Personal Record (The World's Classics)
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Number Of Pages||216|
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