NOSTROMO - A TALE OF THE SEABOARD

By: Conrad, Joseph

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Heron Books. Published by arangement with J.M. Dent London 1968. Nostromo is an extraordinary man; feared, admired and seemingly incorruptible, he is relied upon by aristocrat and workers alike. Set in the lush and humid republic of Costaguana in South America, this epic novel depicts how he and other men react under stress and temptation. A stirring tale of loyalty, treachery and revolution, centred upon the legendary San Tome silver mine and the 1876 revolution in Colombia. As issued without dust jacket, original blue cloth covered end boards. Good condition. 566pp. 202 x 115 mm

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