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Tales of Unrest

Joseph Conrad (1857-1924)

1. 00 - Author's Note
2. 01 - Karain: A Memory, chapter 1
3. 02 - Karain: A Memory, chapter 2
4. 03 - Karain: A Memory, chapter 3
5. 04 - Karain: A Memory, chapter 4
6. 05 - Karain: A Memory, chapter 5
7. 06 - Karain: A Memory, chapter 6
8. 07 - The Idiots, part 1
9. 08 - The Idiots, part 2
10. 09 - The Idiots, part 3
11. 10 - An Outpost of Progress, chapter 1
12. 11 - An Outpost of Progress, chapter 2
13. 12 - The Return, part 1
14. 13 - The Return, part 2
15. 14 - The Return, part 3
16. 15 - The Return, part 4
17. 16 - The Return, part 5
18. 17 - The Return, part 6
19. 18 - The Return, part 7
20. 19 - The Lagoon, part 1
21. 20 - The Lagoon, part 2

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Summary

Tales of Unrest (1898) is the first collection of short stories by Joseph Conrad published in his lifetime.Joseph Conrad (1857–1924), a Polish-born English novelist, was a master in the formats of long short story and novella, a form of story longer than conventional short story but shorter than a novel. Some of Conrad's most acclaimed works have been written in these formats, most notably Heart of Darkness (1899).Tales of Unrest contains five stories; Karain: A Memory (written 1897; read by Jhiu), The Idiots (1896; read by Ann Boulais), An Outpost of Progress (1896; read by Kristine Bekere), The Return (1897; read by Raerity) and The Lagoon (1896; read by David Lazarus). Author's note read by Sibella Denton.