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OF THE WEEK. LITERARY TRIUMPH OF A DOUBLE EXILE. Joseph Conrad Collects. T CANNOT doubt that Joseph Conrad is the

... OF THE WEEK. LITERARY TRIUMPH OF A DOUBLE EXILE. Joseph Conrad Collects. T CANNOT doubt that Joseph Conrad is the greatest practintng English writer. belongs to the giants of the literary land, probably to the big men of all time. Thocnaa Hardy alone ...

Published: Saturday 01 September 1923
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 401 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

JOSEPH CONRAD

... JOSEPH CONRAD DEAD. The Passing of Great Novelist We regret to announce the death of Mr. Joseph Conrad, the distinguished author, which occurred yesterday morning at his home, Oswalds, Bishopsbourne, near Canterbury. Mr. Conrad was sixty-seven years age ...

Published: Monday 04 August 1924
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 113 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

DEATH OF FAMOUS AUTHOR. MR. JOSEPH CONRAD

... DEATH OF FAMOUS AUTHOR. MR. JOSEPH CONRAD. regret to announce that Mr. Joseph Conrad, the welt-known author, died yesterday morning at residence at Bishops, bourne, ncor Canterbury, He was 67 veers of age. Joseph Conrad, Master Mariner in the British ...

Joseph Conrad

... Joseph Conrad. Joseph Conrad has, perhaps, died in a manner lie*would have chosen. writer has ever done less to advertise himself, and his death, unheralded by any report of serious illness, is of a tenour with his life. never became, or wished to become ...

JOSEPH CONRAD MEMORIAL

... JOSEPH CONRAD MEMORIAL. I i.«- tin-in..ri.il to Conrnd, the i.o. 11 >t, was oj.em-d liishupsbourne, near nnt.-i b;,r\, to-duv, ronaists • .. |ir« tin- villain ball, with b'-r. lb. r- tiiuv -it «>r tin- waxtai» r max r«--t. onrad spent tin- la x«-ar- ...

Published: Wednesday 19 October 1927
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 71 | Page: 9 | Tags: none

Joseph Conrad at Homo

... Joseph Conrad at Homo. Vivid pictures Joseph Conrad, the Ereat novelist, »re given in the Cornhill by Mr. fiohin Douglas, who stayed with hun as boy in hie Kentish home. Here is an impression Conrad ooming down to luncheon:— Upstairs a door slammed ...

Published: Monday 24 December 1928
Newspaper: Yorkshire Evening Post
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 202 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

JOSEPH CONRAD IN DISHABILLE

... JOSEPH CONRAD IN DISHABILLE. It. is measure new Joseph Conrad that the talented writer presents bin public Notes on Life and Letters {Dent and Sons, 9s. net). He confesses that the volume as near as lie shall ever come to deshabille public. Briefly, ...

JOSEPH CONRAD

... JOSEPH CONRAD It would be an engaging (and possibly profitable) experiment give to'the devotees of the new writing Mr. A. J. Hopp6*s The Conrad Reader (Phcenlx House, Bs. 6d.), a handy book of extracts from this master mariner and master of prose. ...

JOSEPH CONRAD

... JOSEPH CONRAD. Sir.—The article on Arnold Bennett's novel, in Evening Post day, recalls one point your leader this week ** literature and the Age. I believe it JS fashionable now to regard Conrad one the giant?, but know you will have sound reasons ...

JOSEPH CONRAD. This favourite writer sea storits tells of bis personal experiences as sailor. His contribution ..

... JOSEPH CONRAD. This favourite writer sea storits tells of bis personal experiences as sailor. His contribution will welcomed by all who go down to the tea in ships, for it deals in vivid wa? with the hazirds of sailor's life in all parts the world in ...