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First Edition Joseph Conrad, Nostromo. A Tale of the Seaboard. Harper & Brothers 1904.

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Joseph Conrad December 3 1857 - August 3 1924. Born in Ukraine. Joseph Conrad was a Polish - British writer and regarded as one of the greatest novelists to write in the English Language. Joseph Conrad Nostromom A Tale of the seaboard. 1904 This book is set in the fictitious Soth American Republic of Costaguana, was originally serialised in two volumes of T. P's Weekly. This book was rated 47 on the best English Language Novel of the 29th Century. ( Mobile Library 1988 ) Nostromo is often regarded as Conrads Best Novel. Book is in good condition. To John Goldsworthy. 480 pages bottom of some pages have black marks. Covers Good, pages tight. The first issue has printing mistake page 187 miss numbered as 871. A printing mistake of the first issue. Please see pictures for more details. ' NEW LOWER PRICE '

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Used: good
Edition:
First Edition
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Hardback
Number of pages:
480

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Joseph Conrad December 3 1857 - August 3 1924. Born in Ukraine. Joseph Conrad was a Polish - British writer and regarded as one of the greatest novelists to write in the English Language. Joseph Conrad Nostromom A Tale of the seaboard. 1904 This book is set in the fictitious Soth American Republic of Costaguana, was originally serialised in two volumes of T. P's Weekly. This book was rated 47 on the best English Language Novel of the 29th Century. ( Mobile Library 1988 ) Nostromo is often regarded as Conrads Best Novel. Book is in good condition. To John Goldsworthy. 480 pages bottom of some pages have black marks. Covers Good, pages tight. The first issue has printing mistake page 187 miss numbered as 871. A printing mistake of the first issue. Please see pictures for more details. ' NEW LOWER PRICE '

Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
480

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