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"I"ve read your book [""His People""] with the usual delight and more than the usual admiration.[...] Three times I"ve gone through your pages so vigorous, so personal and so exquisite. What a ""Return of the Native"" you have given us! ""His People"" is a wonderful piece of description and an amazing piece of analysis."

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1.See also letter from Conrad to Cunninghame Graham dated 31 December 1906 requesting a copy of the book. 2. See fn.3, p.406 of source text on the difficulties of assigning a genre to this and to Cunninghame Graham's other short works. 3. In assigning a date range, evidence from other letters (e.g. those to J.B. Pinker dated 21st and 27th February 1906, p.317 of source text, which suggests that mail between London and Montpellier took two days or less, has been used.

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His People

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Evidence

"I"ve read your book [""His People""] with the usual delight and more than the usual admiration.[...] Three times I"ve gone through your pages so vigorous, so personal and so exquisite. What a ""Return of the Native"" you have given us! ""His People"" is a wonderful piece of description and an amazing piece of analysis."

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Notes
1.See also letter from Conrad to Cunninghame Graham dated 31 December 1906 requesting a copy of the book. 2. See fn.3, p.406 of source text on the difficulties of assigning a genre to this and to Cunninghame Graham's other short works. 3. In assigning a date range, evidence from other letters (e.g. those to J.B. Pinker dated 21st and 27th February 1906, p.317 of source text, which suggests that mail between London and Montpellier took two days or less, has been used.

How to cite this record

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The Collected Letters of Joseph Conrad Volume 3, 1903-1907
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/78915
Accessed on 2020/04/02 21:44:27

Related place
France
Related people
Conrad, Joseph
Related text or manuscript
The Collected Letters of Joseph Conrad Volume 3, 1903-1907
Related place
France
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