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R. H. P. Curle, English man of letters, world-traveler, and book collector, will lecture tonight at 8 o'clock in Emerson D on "Conrad's Voyages in Relation to His Books".
Mr. Curle, a close reined of Conrad, has travelled extensively in South America, the West Indies, Africa, the Near East, Burma, the Malay States, and in other parts of the world.
His collection of manuscripts connected with Conrad and W. H. Hudson is unique. Among his own writings are included:
"Joseph Conrad: a study", "Aspects of George Meredith", "Into the East", "Wanderers", "Shadows Out of the Crowd".
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