|Statement||by Joseph Conrad.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||375 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||375|
Binder's title: Youth and other stories. Bound by Root, London, England for Marshall Field Coy, in three-quarter leather with leather corners, and marbled paper boards ; marbled end-papers. Description: xii, pages ; 21 cm. Contents: Youth: a narrativeHeart of darknessThe end of the tether. Responsibility: by Joseph Conrad. Internet Archive BookReader Youth, a narrative, and two other stories. Genre/Form: Fiction History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Conrad, Joseph, Youth, a narrative, and two other stories. Edinburgh ; London: W. Get this from a library! Youth: a narrative: and two other stories. [Joseph Conrad].
Youth: a Narrative and Two Other Stories. Please help us improve with this one minute survey (opens in a new tab) The medalllion Edition of the works of Joseph Conrad, Vol 6: Youth. Publisher info: London: Gresham Publishing Co. Ltd, Youth, a Narrative and Two Other Stories Hardcover – Jan. 1 by Joseph Conrad (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Kindle Edition "Please retry" CDN$ — — Hardcover "Please retry" CDN$ —Reviews: 1. Young Adult Novels with Multiple Narrative Perspectives: A Literary Analysis [Koss, Melanie] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Young Adult Novels with Multiple Narrative Perspectives: A Literary Analysis. In Heart of Darkness was included in the book Youth: a Narrative, and Two Other Stories, published on 13 November by William Blackwood. The volume consisted of Youth: a Narrative, Heart of Darkness and The End of the Tether in that order.
The 3 stories previously appeared in Blackwood's magazine, Sept. , Feb.-Apr. and July-Dec. resptectively. cf. T.J. Wise. A bibliography of the writings of Joseph Conrad. Reproduction Notes. Youth: a Narrative, and Two Other Stories by Joseph Conrad Author's Note () — Author's Note. The three stories in this volume lay no claim to unity of artistic purpose. The only bond between them is that of the time in which they were written. two books which it seems to me, stand apart and by themselves in the body of my work. Two’s company but three totally isn’t a crowd when it comes to narrators. Getting to read a story from more than one point of view kind of feels like mind-reading, which, let’s be real, is awesome. Read on for some of our favorite YA books told by more than one character! The Arsonist by Continued. Short story by Isaac Asimov. Two young boys find some very unusual new pets in this short story from a Grand Master of Science Fiction. Tagging along while his astronomer father visits an industrialist at his vast estate, young Slim is lucky enough to make fast friends with the industrialist’s son, Red, who has recently caught some very strange animals on the property/5().