MESSRS. METHUEN’S NEW BOOKS:

... W.C. MESSRS. WM. BLACKWOOD AND SONS’ publications. JOSEPH CONRAD’S NEW STORY. At ai Booksm.llrs' anu Lidrarils. LORD JIM. A Tale. liy JOSEPH CONRAD. Crown Bvo, 6f. LORD JIM Clever as Mr. Joseph Conrad s work has always been, he haS written nothing so good ...

NEW BOOKS

... (Longmans, Green & Co.) Under Fire. By Captain Charles King. (Warne.) Alma-yer's Folly. A Story of an Eastern River. By Joseph Conrad. (Fisher Unwin.) Women's Tragedies., By H. D. Lowry. (John Lane.) Grizzly's Little Pard. By Elizabeth Maxwell Comfort. ...

LITERATURE

... Speeches of Mr. George Wyndham, Under-Secretary for War. 6d. London: The Outlook Publishing Company. Lord Jim. By Joseph Conrad. 6s. William Black- wood and Sons. The IMinor Writings of Charles Dickens: a Biblio- graphy andd a Sketch. By F. G. Kitt-on ...

MAGAZINES AND REVIEWS

... high indeed as an ahievement of art, and appears t pity the blindness of its detracs. Tae sories in the number eae 'by Joseph Conrad and the sathor of A Mere Man. Th editor (,r. Arthr Symons) has a 1rge share of the content-' Ta S Ja-qus (a Poem); an ...

NEW BOOKS OF THE WEEK

... mian. *Really l Nurse Adelaide is too silly for criticismn. ?? The NVigger of the Narcissus. A Tale of the Sea. By Joseph Conrad. (London: William Heinenmanu. 1898.)- A new novel by the ;author of ?? Almayer's Folly and An Outcast 4of the Islands ...

APRIL MAGAZINES

... ( equally promising interest, entitled Like to LiLY 1 - G. S. Street. At the same time, The Heart of Dat.r ness, by Joseph Conrad, is concluded, leavijp a Fr found impression on the mind of the reader. in the Back of Beyond we get a pretty impressicn ...

LITERARY NOTES

... •* Kbau Fufaoea. Mr. Radar Hazard's in* story. ** Baste, not yrt concluded. Mr. T this a novel by a now writer. Mr. Joseph Conrad, entitled M Alaeayer'S Folly. Tm is laid •«» a river in Borneo, and the anther combined the etndy •* eeeeitive European ...

Notes from the Magazines

... forces in literature. Does not the present number contain contributions by half a dozen of the rising school ? There is Mr. Joseph Conrad, whose Nigger of the Narcissus brought down a chorus of praise ; Mr. Maurice Hewlett, whose it Forestfo vers`c burst ...

Published: Saturday 04 February 1899
Newspaper: Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 800 | Page: 16, 17 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

SOME NOTES ON THE DRESSES

... Companions. SOME PROBLEMS OF RAILWAY MANAGEMENT,—VALUE OF THE WATER OF THE GREAT RIVERS OF INDIA. LORD JIM. SKETCH. By Joseph Conrad.— MUSINGS WITHOUT METHOD: The Character of the Anarchist— Irresponsible Biographers—The Anarchists of Literature—A Modest ...

FEBRUARY MAGAZINES

... y read- able as ever, there is begun w~rhat promises to be an equally fascinating serial, The Heart of Darkness, by Joseph Conrad. Most noteworthy of the complete stories, and as a realistic piece of writing, is A Daughter of the Mobammadans. There ...

SEPTEMBER MAGAZINES

... uniform excellence, contains a variety of very good thinge. To begin with there is a breezy sea yarn, quaintly written, by Joseph Conrad. The notorious bankruptcy case has suggsetdu trenchant article on The Company and the individual. It is a protest againsD ...

REVIEWS

... French and English interiors are mere potboilers by comparison, and he had better leave them alone. f Tales of Unrest. By Joseph Conrad. (London: T. lisher Unwin.) A little shilling volume, written by Mr. J. G. Swift MacNeill, Q.C., M.P., contains some pleasant ...