Victory: An Island Tale

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Axel Heyst is inspired
by Conrad's reading of
Schopenhauer in this
ironically titled work.

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Hello everyone! I've read 4 books by Conrad, and Victory is my favourite. The other 3 I read are: Selected Short Stories, Heart of Darkness, and Lord Jim. Have you read Victory? How do you like it?

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