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THE BYSTANDER AMONG THE BOOKS: Joseph Conrad

... J THE BYSTANDER AMONG 1 THE BOOKS By RALPH STRAUS Joseph Conrad With the publication, early this year, of Chance, Mr. Joseph Conrad has at last touched the ordinary reader. It may be that he is still not much more than a name, but there are already three ...

Published: Wednesday 01 July 1914
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 814 | Page: 38 | Tags: Photographs 

Gossip About Books and Their Makers: Joseph Conrad

... Gossip About Books and Their Makers Joseph Conrad The fact that Mr. Joseph Con rad paid one of his rare visits to London the other day is another reminder that nearly all our best writers live and work in the country. Mr. Conrad is certainly to be numbered ...

Published: Wednesday 27 January 1904
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1175 | Page: 50, 51 | Tags: Photographs  Review 

THE NEWSLETTER WEEK BY WEEK

... One of the Most Distinguished of English Writers The late Ml. Joseph Conrad, who has just died at Bishopsbourne, near Canterbury, at the age of sixty-seven. His proper name was Joseph Conrad Korzeniowski, and he was by birth a Pole A note on Conrad will ...

STATELY SURVIVALS OF THE SAILING AGE: The Last Voyage of the Conrad: Cutty Sark and Her New Companion at ..

... FINAL BERTH-THE SIXTY-FIVE-YEAR-OLD SQUARE- RIGGER JOSEPH CONRAD LEAVING THE EAST RIVER, NEW YORK, AFTER HALTING ON HER IOURNEY FROM ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA, TO MYSTIC, CONNECTICUT The Joseph Conrad, which served as a training-ship during the war, has ...

Published: Saturday 23 August 1947
Newspaper: The Sphere
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 644 | Page: 18, 19 | Tags: Graphic  Photographs 

The Marriage Tangle

... predisposed to listen respectfully to a woman like Mrs. Conrad, and those who have loved his books will open her volume Joseph Conrad and His Circle (Jarrolds, 18s.) with a livelier emotion than that of mere respect. Un fortunately, Mrs. Conrad does not ...

THE LIBRARY: Who's Humorous?

... THE LIBRARY z Novels to Order This Week J The Secret Agent. By Joseph Conrad. Ll lj f MMUlf (.Methuen os.) [j I HI 111 lii Major Vigoureux. By A. 1. Ouiller-Couch. Vll til I II II /MpiIiiipii fic itiulk M J The Weavers. SWw (Heinemann 6s. By Sir Gilbert ...

Book on the Way

... in a personal way? Mr. Joseph Conrad has been visiting America and Mr. George Haven Putnam is in London. You know them both, of course, and, therefore, you perceive at once the significance of what has been said. Joseph Conrad His full name, if 1 can ...

Published: Saturday 09 June 1923
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1487 | Page: 28 | Tags: Photographs  Review 

Book on the Way

... in a personal way? Mr. Joseph Conrad has been visiting America and Mr. George Haven Putnam is in London. You know them both, of course, and, therefore, you perceive at once the significance of what has been said. Joseph Conrad His full name, if 1 can ...

Published: Saturday 09 June 1923
Newspaper: Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1487 | Page: 28 | Tags: Photographs  Review 

A LITERARY LETTER: Two Good Novels--A Mystery in the Orleans Family--The Two Arnold Wrights

... are two novels that may be commended from this standpoint The Secret Agent. By Joseph Conrad. Methuen A Walking Gentleman. By James Prior. Constable TV /T r. Joseph Conrad has long had a great reputa- -1- tion among us as a master of literary style whose ...

Published: Saturday 16 November 1907
Newspaper: The Sphere
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2156 | Page: 12 | Tags: Photographs  Review 

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 ...

A LITERARY LETTER

... scarcely gives me an opportunity of doing much more than name them. They are as follows:-- Typhoon, and Other Stories. By Joseph Conrad. (Hiinc- m aim.) The Star Dreamer. By Agnes and Egerton Castle. (Constable.) The Gold Wolf. By Max Pemberton. (Ward and ...

Published: Saturday 09 May 1903
Newspaper: The Sphere
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2546 | Page: 18 | Tags: Photographs  Review