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Ian Watt (1917-1999) has lengthy been stated as one of many most interesting of postwar literary critics, and one of the such a lot discovered of these writing concerning the paintings of Joseph Conrad. Essays on Conrad is a set of Watt's such a lot attribute essays on Conrad's paintings. Watt's personal philosophy, in addition to his perception into Conrad's paintings, was once formed by means of his stories as a prisoner of battle at the River Kwai. His relocating account of those studies completes this crucial choice of Watt essays.

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