LITERARY NOTES

... Msiis Li.ly Perks,; i'floldenbhlbis all;` by Mr. W.0 Bhionfisldo . 'A-lmsyer's- Folly, ?? of an Eastern Baserj by : Mr. Joseph Conrad ; Sinners T'wain ?? F Her -Celestial usband, i- M3 r. Daniel WodrdoffeF, . :.'Gosir'f the Caribbe-ss-Sketche of Anglo ...

LITERARY NOTES AND GOSSIP

... have been traced for the first time by the editor. 3mR T. FrsgER UNwrs will publish next week a novel by a new writer, Mr Joseph Conrad, entitled Almayer's Folly. The scene is laid on a river in Borneo, and the author has combined the psychological study ...

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. ...

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 ...

LITERARY NOTES

... the pen of one of Ritschl a followers. It will form a volume of the puhlisheis Theological Translation!' LiI'rary. Mr. Joseph Conrad's new work, which bas been-looked forward to with much interest by the readers of Alwayer's Folly, will he published ...

LITERARY NOTES

... Co. 'I hey are in Search t ?? a Country Story, by Walter Frith ; amid ?? Kiincaid's Widow, by Sarah I'ytler. M1r. Joseph Conrad's new xvork \vill bc published shortly inl oue volume by Mr. ?? Fisher Utviwi. AtC Outcast of thte Islatnds3, as the ...

LITERIARY AND ART GOSSIP

... AND ART CGESSIP. Mr. Leek-'s rew wcr. ' Demnocracy and Liberty,' .v21 be published by Messrs. Longmacss on the 24th. Mr. Joseph Conrad's new work is entitled An ' I Outcast of the Islands. It will be published by Mr. T. Fisher Unain. The Atheoneum ...

NEW BOOKS OF THE WEEK

... mill-owners. The novel is not wanting in body at anyrate, whatever its de- fects may be. An Outcast of the Islands. By Joseph Conrad. i (London: T. Fisher Unwin. 1896.4-No one l who read Mr Conrad's previous work, Almayer's Folly, is likely to have ...

LITERATURE

... sN EW EDITIONS. THE CELEBES iN FICTION. Quite a new world of unsuspected realities and I pessions is introduced by Mr. Joseph Conrad in An 1 Outcast of the Islands. It is impossible not to be I struck by the strangX scenes and people which march across ...

REVIEWS

... oiiginality without effort, and thrills with miere Nature pictures, but wonderfully drawn. t An Outcast of the Islands. By joseph Conrad. (London: T. Fisher Unwin.) VOGELER'S CURATIVE COMPOUND is an invaluable medicine; it positively cures the worst cases ...

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 AND MAGAZINES

... has nil article on The Great IGame of Canada, and the other contributors are F.. and H. Heron, J. Batly, E. V. Lucas, Joseph Conrad, C. J. Coruish, and the editor. In Harper's for January there is a most tempt- ing bill of fare. The late George Du ...