Extracts copied from the introduction to Crane's biography : typescript, [n.d. / Joseph Conrad].

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Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. Extracts copied from the introduction to Crane's biography : typescript, [n.d. / Joseph Conrad].

Extracts copied from the introduction to Crane's biography : typescript, [n.d. / Joseph Conrad].

Extract from an introduction Joseph Conrad wrote about Stephen Crane.

3 leaves ; 26 cm.

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