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Conrad Concepts





Joseph Conrad and the Imperial Romance by Linda Dryden - In her treatise Dryden maintains that Joseph Conrad's early Malay fiction reflects his seafaring experiences in the East and expresses his misgivings about the assumptions of "white superiority," of imperial power and of the possibilities for romantic heroism....


Collector's Corner by Steve Slade - The art of collecting Joseph Conrad's books.


Joseph Conrad and Britain's Dream of Empire by Carl A. Trocki - "Conrad was one of the first popular writers to pierce the fog of propaganda that had grown up around the British Empire. . . . I began to question the significance of the name Patna as the pilgrim ship in Lord Jim. . . . I began to wonder whether Conrad had intended some sort of symbolic link between opium and the Patna."


First Descents Into The Inferno: Parallel Ideology And Experience In Conrad's Heart Of Darkness And Dostoevsky's Notes From The House Of The Dead - an essay written by Dr. Robert Berry of the English Department at the University of Otago. It was originally published in Deep South v.2 n.2 (Winter, 1996), and is reprinted here with kind permission.


Gothicism in Conrad and Dostoevsky - an essay written by Dr. Robert Berry of the English Department at the University of Otago. It was originally published in Deep South v.1 n.2 (May, 1995) and is reprinted here with kind permission.


Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness: A Journey in Quest of Self - Prof. Antonia Maria Alvarez of the Distance University of Madrid, was unable to attend the South African conference, but she has allowed us to publish her proposed paper here:


Under Poetic Eyes: The Gdansk newspaper, GLOS WYBRZEZA (Voice of the Coast) for 21 December 1975 published Tadeusz Skutnik's "Conrdad w poezji polskiej" (Conrad in Polish Poetry), an article later expanded into a 140 page book published in 1977 by Wydawnictwo Morskie (Sea Publishing). The book contained 51 poems concerning the novelist's life and work,...


The Joseph Conrad Foundation
plans to produce an Annual,
Conrad Concepts
with the first issue proposed in the year 2000.
Selected articles are presented here for your viewing.


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