Joseph Conrad

Joseph Conrad

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  • ^ Douglas S. Mack (2006). Scottish fiction and the British Empire. Edinburgh University Press. p. 49.  
  • ^ John Gerard Peters (2006). The Cambridge introduction to Joseph Conrad. Cambridge University Press. p. 127.  
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  • ^ Lackey, Michael (Winter 2005). "The Moral Conditions for Genocide in Joseph Conrad's "Heart of Darkness"". College Literature 32 (1): 39.  
  • ^ Watts, Cedric (1983). "'A Bloody Racist': About Achebe's View of Conrad". The Yearbook of English Studies (Modern Humanities Research Association) 13: 196–209.  
  • ^ Conrad, Joseph. Book IHeart of Darkness,. 
  • ^ Firchow, Peter (2000). Envisioning Africa: Racism and Imperialism in Conrad's Heart of Darkness. University Press of Kentucky. pp. 10–11.  
  • ^ Lackey, Michael (Summer 2003). "Conrad Scholarship Under New-Millennium Western Eyes". Journal of Modern Literature 26 (3/4): 144.  
  • ^ Raja, Masood (2007). "Joseph Conrad: Question of Racism and the Representation of Muslims in his Malayan Works". Postcolonial text 3 (4): 13. 
  • ^ Michael Upchurch, "A compact portrait of a troubled author in [John Stape's] 'The Several Lives of Joseph Conrad'", The Seattle Times, Friday, 14 March 2008.
  • ^ Meyer, B.C. (1967) Joseph Conrad: A Psychoanalytic Biography. Princeton University Press.
  • ^ "Books and Writers: Joseph Conrad.". Retrieved 11 March 2008. 
  • ^ Watt, I. (1979) Conrad in the Nineteenth Century. University of California Press.
  • ^ Stape, J. (2008) The Several Lives of Joseph Conrad. Arrow books.
  • ^ Karl, F. R. (1979) Joseph Conrad: The Three Lives : A Biography. Farrar Straus & Giroux (T); 1st Edition, (p.341).
  • ^ Jones, S. (1999) Conrad and Women. Oxford: Clarendon Press, (p.36).
  • ^ The identities of Conrad's two nieces, in the photo, are made clear by several photos in the 32-page photo album that appears between pp. 360 and 361 in Zdzisław Najder, Joseph Conrad: A Life, Rochester, New York, Camden House, 2007, ISBN 978-1-57113-347-2.
  • ^ Zdzisław Najder, Conrad under Familial Eyes, 1984, p. 209.
  • ^ Zdzisław Najder, Conrad under Familial Eyes, 1984, pp. 215, 235.
  • ^ Jeffrey Meyers, Joseph Conrad: a Biography, p. 198. Najder quotes a letter from Bobrowski, of 9 November 1891, containing the Latin expression: Zdzisław Najder, Joseph Conrad: A Life, p. 177.
  • ^ http://z.about.com/d/goaustralia/1/0/G/Y/josephconrad.jpg
  • ^ first London performanceSuite from Heart of Darkness , Cadogan Hall 
  • ^ "Collaborative Literature". Dukemagazine.duke.edu. Retrieved 18 March 2012. 
  • ^ Stanisław Mateusz Gąsiorowski; Maria Rostworowska (2004). Poza granicą myśli--"Wszystko" oraz publicystyka i poezja. Wydawnictwo "Lexis". p. 128.  
  • Further reading

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    • Richard Curle, Joseph Conrad: A Study, New York, Doubleday, Page & Company, 1914.
    • Peter Edgerly Firchow, Envisioning Africa: Racism and Imperialism in Conrad's Heart of Darkness, University Press of Kentucky, 2000.
    • Leo Gurko, Joseph Conrad: Giant in Exile, New York, The MacMillan Company, 1962.
    • C. McCarthy, The Cambridge Introduction to Edward Said, Cambridge University Press, 2010.
    • Jeffrey Meyers, Joseph Conrad: A Biography, New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1991, ISBN 0-684-19230-6.
    • Zdzisław Najder, Conrad under Familial Eyes, Cambridge University Press, 1984, ISBN 0-521-25082-X.
    • Zdzisław Najder, Joseph Conrad: A Life, translated by Halina Najder, Rochester, New York, Camden House, 2007, ISBN 1-57113-347-X.
    • Mario Pei, The Story of Language, with an Introduction by Stuart Berg Flexner, revised ed., New York, New American Library, 1984, ISBN 0-452-25527-9.
    • Joseph Retinger, Conrad and His Contemporaries, London, Minerva, 1941; New York, Roy, 1942.
    • Edward Said, Joseph Conrad and the Fiction of Autobiography, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University Press, 1966.
    • T. Scovel, A Time to Speak: a Psycholinguistic Inquiry into the Critical Period for Human Speech, Cambridge, MA, Newbury House, 1988.
    • J. H. Stape, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Joseph Conrad, Cambridge University Press, 2006.
    • John Stape, The Several Lives of Joseph Conrad, New York, Pantheon, 2007, ISBN 1-4000-4449-9.
    • J. I. M. Stewart, Joseph Conrad, New York, Dodd, Mead & Company, 1968.
    • Ian Watt (2000) Essays on Conrad. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521783879, ISBN 978-0521783873
    • Olivier Weber, Conrad, Arthaud-Flammarion, 2011.
    • Wise, T.J. (1920) A Bibliography of the Writings of Joseph Conrad (1895–1920). London: Printed for Private Circulation Only By Richard Clay & Sons, Ltd.
    • Morton Dauwen Zabel, "Conrad, Joseph," Encyclopedia Americana, 1986 ed., ISBN 0-7172-0117-1, vol. 7, pp. 606–7.

    External links

    Sources
    • Works by or about Joseph Conrad at Internet Archive
    • Works by Joseph Conrad at Project Gutenberg (plain text and HTML)
    • Works by Joseph Conrad at The Online Books Page (various)
    • Works by or about Joseph Conrad in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
    • Works by Joseph Conrad at LibriVox (audio books)
    • Works by Joseph Conrad at Conrad First, an archive of every newspaper and magazine in which the work of Joseph Conrad was first published.
    Portals and biographies
    • The Joseph Conrad Society (UK)
    • Joseph Conrad Society of America
    • Biography of Joseph Conrad, at The Joseph Conrad Centre of Poland
    • Biography of Joseph Conrad, at The Literature Network
    • Joseph Conrad at culture.pl
    Literary criticism
    • Conrad's page at Literary Journal.com, a number of research articles on Conrad's work
    • Chinua Achebe: The Lecture Heard Around The World
    • Edward Said, "Between Worlds: Edward Said makes sense of his life", London Review of Books, vol. 20, no. 9, 7 May 1998, pp. 3–7.
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