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Heart of Darkness/The Secret Sharer - Joyce Carol Oates, Joseph Conrad
Heart of Darkness/The Secret Sharer
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Featuring a new introduction by Joyce Carol Oates, the author's two best-known stories tell of encounters with moral depravity in the wilds of the Congo and second selves on a voyage into the Gulf of Siam. Reprint."
Featuring a new introduction by Joyce Carol Oates, the author's two best-known stories tell of encounters with moral depravity in the wilds of the Congo and second selves on a voyage into the Gulf of Siam. Reprint."
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780451526571 (0451526570)
Publisher: Signet Classics
Pages no: 176
Edition language: English
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Robert Zimmermann
Robert Zimmermann rated it
It'd say almost a 4 star for Heart of Darkness. And around a 3 star for The Secret Sharer, but on the low side of 3. There were both interesting reads but not the greatest that I've read from the "classics."
A Man With An Agenda
A Man With An Agenda rated it
4.0 Heart of Darkness/The Secret Sharer (Enriched Classics)
Heart of Darkness is a story about how thin the veneer of civilization is and shows how few Europeans believed in that bright polish at all. All higher causes and feelings are derided or shown up in here. The finest praise is given to a man who, for form's sake, keeps his clothes pressed and his col...
Mining the Depths
Mining the Depths rated it
3.0
When I picked it up in January, I got about half-way through Heart of Darkness and got nothing out of it. As I read, I could hardly tell what was going on.This may have been because I wasn't paying attention.Actually, that is exactly the reason. I was treating it like an assignment. When I picked up...
Heartless Lyn @ Great Imaginations
Heartless Lyn @ Great Imaginations rated it
1.0
I hate this book. It is the worst book ever written. Period.
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