by Joseph Conrad
Publisher: eBooks@Adelaide 2010
Number of pages: 322
The story is about Peyrol's attempt at withdrawal from an action- and blood-filled life; his involvement with the pariahs of Escampobar; the struggle for his identity and allegiance, which is resolved in his last voyage. The Rover is a mellow historical Romance, a gently rolling tale of indomitable courage, sudden passion, and loyalty.
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