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THE LITERARY LOUNGER

... Henry James's ingenious and characteristic Life of W. W. Story. Mr. Gissing selects as his favourite Typhoon, by Joseph Conrad. Joseph Conrad is more and more admired by the inner circle, and the excellence of his work is gradually attracting the public ...

Published: Wednesday 16 December 1903
Newspaper: The Sketch
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 901 | Page: 20 | Tags: Illustrations 

The Literary Lounger: The Great Conrad

... ^The Literary Lounger. By Keble Howard The Great Conrad. This is a tremendous fellow, this Joseph Conrad. With out any preliminary trum peting, or boosting, or blaring, or swank in general, out he quietly comes with a new story of 317 pages which -knocks ...

The Literary Lounger: Genius in Slippers

... itself to itself, but the thing can be done, and few great writers of recent years have done it more successfully than Joseph Conrad. The main facts of his unique career were, of course, generally known but his way of life, his habits and personal opinions ...

THE LITERARY.LOUNGER: MASTER MARINER AND MASTER MIND; Joseph Conrad's Ego

... '..'.'.'.■.■'■■-■.■Wu) II. -in J.. ..nl,!i (H MASTER MARINER AND MASTER MIND Joseph Conrad's Ego. It is impossible to deal adequately in a column with Mr. Joseph Conrad's ego, as revealed by himself. His are not as other Reminiscences. cences. The ...

Criticisms in Cameo: MID-CHANNEL, AT THE ROYALTY; THE JEWISH ART THEATRE OF VILNA, AT THE KINGSWAY; THE BALANCE ..

... threatened to become dull. THE FAMOUS NOVELIST WHOSE 44 SECRET AGENT WAS PRODUCED LAST WEEK AT THE AMBASSADORS' MR. JOSEPH CONRAD. Mr. Joseph Conrad is one of the most distinguished of the novelists of to-day, and much interest has been aroused by the dramatic ...

The Literary Lounger: Conrad

... have approached their task in so modest a spirit of self- abnegation as M. Jean Aubry in the two handsome volumes of Joseph Conrad's Life and Letters which he has edited. He has sternly forbidden himself criticism and discursion, though the self-denying ...

The Literary Lounger: Dogs

... of a [Coniimted over lea f. POLISH-BORN-- BUT ONE OF THE GREATEST ENGLISH NOVELISTS MR. JOSEPH CONRAD AS SAVA SEES HIM. From the Caricature by Sava. Mr. Joseph Conrad was born in 1857 of Polish parents, and is a Master in the Merchant Service. His first ...

The Literary Lounger: Genius

... artistic ideal. Very recently two of the greatest figures in European litera ture have gone from us Anatole France and Joseph Conrad. Fun damentally different in every other respect, they both possessed the common characteristic that they wrote only with ...

The Literary Lounger: A Voice from the Grave

... Lounger. By Keble Howard A Voice from the Grave. In an age of wonders, it is still rather wonderful to get a new volume by Joseph Conrad after that great voice has been silenced by death. And lest there should be any doubt about these four stories, any suggestion ...

WITHOUT PREJUDICE

... gone down at the Mermaid and Miss Marie Lohr strives bravely to demonstrate that something happens in the novels of Mr. Joseph Conrad apart from the delicate interaction upon one another by the elderly- seafaring men who exchange their finely balanced ...

THE LITERARY LOUNGER

... arrived by way of Blackwood may be mentioned Miss Beatrice Harraden, Mrs. i hurston, Mr. lMeil Munro, Sydney Grier, Mr. Joseph Conrad, Mr. Bernard Capes, and Mr. John Buchan. A very scholarly book on Shakspere's London has been published by an American ...

Published: Wednesday 26 July 1905
Newspaper: The Sketch
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1024 | Page: 20 | Tags: Illustrations 

WOMAN'S WAYS: New Modes in Peking

... years in different ways is patent to the most super ficial observer of the human comedy. Now we have the authority of Mr. Joseph Conrad that the in experience of the man of forty- is a much more serious thing than the inexperience of a youth of twenty in ...

Published: Wednesday 07 October 1908
Newspaper: The Sketch
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1002 | Page: 29 | Tags: Illustrations