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Joseph Conrad and Charles Darwin
Edinburgh, Salamander Press, (1984). His first book, a work of criticism that focuses on "the influence of scientific thought on Conrad's fiction," and is an outgrowth of his thesis "Changing Scientific Concepts of Nature in the English Novel, 1850-1920." Inscribed by the author: "To ___, who is loved by all the girls in the office, with a big hug from Redmond. October, 1997." Recipient's name front flyleaf; fine in a near fine dust jacket with wear at the spine extremities. A nice inscription in an uncommon first book. [#029528] SOLD

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