Bernal Diaz de Castillo: Being Some Account of Him Taken From His True History of the Conquest of New Spain

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" I"ve just finished ""B[ernal] Diaz"". The terminal pages of the preface are just lovely with their irresistable reference to the tempi passati. As to the book itself no personal friend of the old Conquistador could have put it together with greater skill and more tender care."

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Notes
See also letter 25 February 1915 p. 447 of source text, in which Conrad indicates his intention to order this book immediately, having read a review of it.

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Notes
See also letter 25 February 1915 p. 447 of source text, in which Conrad indicates his intention to order this book immediately, having read a review of it.

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