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A Personal Record
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  1. an autobiographical work by Joseph Conrad, published in 1912

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 11, 2009
  2. has also been published under the titles A Personal Record: Some Reminiscences and Some Reminiscences

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  3. Notoriously unreliable and digressive in structure, it is nonetheless the principal contemporary source for information about the author's life

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  4. tells about his schooling in Russian Poland, his sailing in Marseille, the influence of his Uncle Tadeusz, and the writing of Almayer's Folly

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  5. On the whole it provides a fascinating glimpse of how Conrad wished to be seen by his British public, as well as being an atmospheric work of art (though a few have found it ponderous and long)

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