|Chance is a novel by Joseph Conrad, published in 1913 following serial publication the previous year. Although the novel was not one upon which Conrad's later critical reputation was to depend, it was his greatest commercial success upon initial publication.
Chance is narrated by Conrad's regular narrator, Marlow, but is characterised by a complex, nested narrative in which different narrators take up the story at different points. The novel is also unusual among its author's works for its focus on a female character: the heroine, Flora de Barral.— Excerpted from Chance (novel) on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
- Those that hold that all things are governed by Fortune had not erred,
- had they not persisted there
- SIR THOMAS BROWNE
TO SIR HUGH CLIFFORD, K.C.M.G. WHO STEADFAST FRIENDSHIP IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE EXISTENCE OF THESE PAGES
- PART I: THE DAMSEL
- PART II: THE KNIGHT
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