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Conrad, Joseph Syllabification: Con·rad, Joseph
Pronunciation:
/ˈkänˌrad/

Definition of Conrad, Joseph in English:

( 1857–1924), British novelist; born in Poland; born Józef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski. Much of his work, including his novella Heart of Darkness (1902) and the novel Nostromo (1904), explores the darkness within human nature. Other notable works include Lord Jim (1900) and Chance (1913).

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