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Modern British Fiction: JOSEPH CONRAD

JOSEPH CONRAD

Dates: 1857-1924
Nationality: British/English/Polish 

Literary Periods: 

Edwardian Period, 1901-1914
Late Victorian Period, 1880-1901
Modernist Period, 1899-1945
Nineteenth Century, 1800-1899
Twentieth Century, 1900-1999
Victorian Period, 1837-1901

Literary Movements: 

Modernism c.1899-1945
Postcolonialism, 20th Century
 

Film Adaptations

INFLUENCES & INFLUENCE FROM
UK READING EXPERIENCE

What did Joseph Conrad read?

Who read Joseph Conrad?

You might also be interested in these books, which fall under the LC subject heading Conrad, Joseph 1857-1924 Influence.

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REFERENCE & BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Scribner Writers Series
Essay on the life and works of Joseph Conrad, complete works and suggested reading bibliographies  

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RESEARCH & CRITICISM

Find books, essays and journal articles in MLA International Bibliography
MLA International Bibliography is the definitive literary research database, indexing the most authoritative scholarship on Joseph Conrad from books and academic journals. MLA indexes and links to the entire JSTOR literary research collection as well as linking to many other full-text providers.

The Conradian [JOURNAL]
"The Conradian: The Journal of the Joseph Conrad Society (UK), published twice yearly, is a refereed journal of scholarship devoted to the life and writings of Joseph Conrad. It is the recognized journal of record in the field of Conrad studies." -LION


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             By J.H. Stape | Miller Library PR6005.O4 Z798 2007

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PRIMARY SOURCES

"The following institutions hold collections of Conrad's papers related to his occasional writings: Boston Public Library, British Library, Bryn Mawr College, Colgate University, Dartmouth College, Free Library of Philadelphia, Indiana University (Lilly Library), New York Public Library (Berg Collection), New York University (Fales Library), Pierpont Morgan Library, Public Records Office (London), Rosenbach Museum and Library, Stanford University, Syracuse University, Texas Tech University, University of Texas, University of Virginia, and Yale University."  -DLB

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