Joseph Conrad

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English novelist (born in Poland) noted for sea stories and for his narrative technique (1857-1924)

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Joseph Conrad (1857-1924) is the first writer who informs us about the situation in Congo.
Phillips advocates for revived interest and explains in his introduction that their writings stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness in their illumination of imperialist, racist, and classist attitudes of the late-19th and early-20th centuries.
Joseph Conrad, however, appears to be one of the few writers of the time whose work written during and after the war does not exhibit the same disillusionment as that of his fellow writers.
The power of sound has always been greater than the power of sense.a Joseph Conrad, Lord Jim, 1900
I was a lifelong friend of the novelist Joseph Conrad. My early writings were short stories published under the pseudonym John Sinjohn.
Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness begins with an English sailor cruising up the River Thames at sundown.
An example 'novel in a nutshell' haiku by group member Sue Wallbank for the Joseph Conrad novel Heart of Darkness is: "The riverboat steamed, Into the jungle's dark heart, Its cargo - man's soul." Email your entry with your name, address and telephone number to by Thursday, March 22.
From the highly acclaimed author of The Informers comes a novel about the fictitious meeting of Joseph Conrad and Jose Altamirano, a Colombian exile.
Which animal is renowned for its ability to kill Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 The Birdman of Alcatraz; 2 They were brothers; 3 The Salvation Army; 4 Javelin; 5 Egypt; 6 Joseph Conrad; 7 On the Thames near Egham, Surrey; 8 Mongoose; 9 The Sex Pistols; 10 Ivana.
Joseph Conrad Nowlan entered into eternal rest on February 13, 2011 after a lengthy illness.
The publication of Tamas Juhasz's recent monograph is an important event in Joseph Conrad studies (and, more generally, in English studies) in Hungary.
The Several Lives of Joseph Conrad by John Stape, Arrow, pounds 8.99