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“AMONG THE VERY GREAT NOVELISTS IN THE LANGUAGE”

CONRAD, Joseph. Collected Works. Garden City, 1925-26. Twenty-three volumes.

Signed limited "Memorial Edition," one of only 99 sets signed by Conrad, with engraved frontispiece plate in each volume. Sets of the complete works of Conrad are scarce; signed sets are particularly rare.

$13,500.

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“AMONG THE VERY GREAT NOVELISTS IN THE LANGUAGE”

CONRAD, Joseph. The Collected Works. Garden City, 1925-26. Twenty-three volumes.

Signed limited "Memorial Edition," number 57 of only 99 sets signed by Conrad, with engraved frontispiece plate in each volume. Sets of the complete works of Conrad are scarce; signed sets are particularly rare. A beautiful set in the original dust jackets.

$7500.

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INSCRIBED BY JOHN GALSWORTHY TO JOSEPH CONRAD

(CONRAD, JOSEPH) GALSWORTHY, John. Island Pharisees. London, 1904.

First edition of the first book Galsworthy published under his own name, inscribed by him in the year of publication by the Nobel-winning writer to his close friend Joseph Conrad, "Jan. 29, 1904. Joseph Conrad from John Galsworthy." $4800.

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“THE VERY FINEST AND STRONGEST PICTURE OF THE SEA AND SEA LIFE THAT OUR LANGUAGE POSSESSES”

CONRAD, Joseph. Nigger of the "Narcissus" London, 1898.

First English edition of Conrad’s first masterpiece, of which he wrote, “After writing the last words of that book… I understood that I had done with the sea, and that henceforth I had to be a writer.” $850.

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“THERE ARE THINGS YOU FIND NOTHING ABOUT IN BOOKS”

CONRAD, Joseph. Typhoon And Other Stories. London, 1903.

Preferred first English edition, second issue, of this collection of stories, including the thrilling titular novella, “generally thought to inaugurate Conrad’s period of artistic maturity.” $650.

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