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Despite what critics say, the story is extremely nostalgic of colonialism and of what good imperialism did to the mind development of personalities and countries.Published 5 days ago by Marco Notarnicola
I read this book long ago and gave it two stars. I thought at the time that it was really two books sort of sutured together at the nearly exact halfway point of the finished... Read morePublished 21 days ago by J. P.
Review is for this particular edition, not the book. The book I purchased, on the Kindle, was labelled as 'illustrated' and 'formatted for e-readers'. Read morePublished 2 months ago by 8 String Samurai
This is a long drawn out book that I had so much trouble getting through for school.Published 4 months ago by Jennifer P
Once you get used to Conrad's way of writing narrative with multi-level quotations, you know this is a real gem, dark yet somewhat hopeful,depressing with moments of real clarity... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Joseph C. Aiello, Jr.
I've only recently discovered the Konemann Classics editions (printed in Germany), and they are absolutely top quality. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Thomas Hurst
I'm on a re-read, 50+ years on, Conrad is what inspiring authors should have as one of their benchmarks.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer