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Oxford World’s Classics Book Club: The Secret Agent

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Protection is the first necessity of opulence and luxury.

Joseph Conrad, The Secret Agent

 

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Thank you to everyone who participated in April’s Book Club! We are excited to announce that we will be reading The Secret Agent this May. Get yourself a copy and be ready to chat on May 29th!


Check out last month’s conversation here:
Introduction
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3 Responses to “Oxford World’s Classics Book Club: The Secret Agent”
  1. John Crompton says:

    Oh Mr Varhol, please don’t do such things as ‘alert them of’ (in the email you sent to John Stape and he forwarded). ‘…warm them of’ or ‘…alert them about…’ But a publisher should be exemplifying good English, sir. Best wishes, John Crompton.

  2. Cedric Watts says:

    You might possible find useful my edition of ‘The Secret Agent’ (Everyman Dent Orion), with its maps and details on Lombroso, and my critical book on ‘The Secret Agent’, published by Humanities-Ebooks earlier in 2007.

  3. Cedric Watts says:

    P.S. I forgot to add my name, Cedric Watts, to the last comment about ‘Secret Agent’ edition and commentary.

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