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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 ...

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 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 ...

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 Letters of Eve

... where a crush of celebrities is taking place. A flunkey at the head of the stairs announces the guests. Lord Blank 1 Mr. Joseph Conrad I The Bishop of London! Who caused a swirl in the gilded throng The cleric The politician Or the novelist A nd, of course ...

MODERN LIFE IN BOOKS

... beaut}', or, as the case may be, making them hollow to the point of mockery. On August 3, 1924, all that was mortal of Joseph Conrad passed away. That which was immortal in him passed on to inspire the expressed grief and homage of a world made poorer ...

Published: Saturday 12 November 1927
Newspaper: Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1949 | Page: 30 | Tags: Illustrations 

CONRAD WITH THE LID OFF: African Adventure--Diaghileff--Carr on Cricket

... CONRAD WITH THE LID OFF African Adventure Diaghileff Carr on Cricket REVIEWED BY HELEN GARDOM IN Joseph Conrad and His Circle (Jarrolds, 18s.) Mrs. Conrad has written an account of her husband's life in relation to herself, but his friends, when they ...

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 ...

The LEAVES OF YESTERDAY: A Book Page for Tomorrow

... !L T| I LEAVESofYESTERDAY IA A ^boDkJPaqe for Tomorrow A modern Saga of the colourful seas of Malaya as Joseph Conrad tells it in his masterly new novel Where the Reader will find that it is The large silence of the horizon into which we are looking/' ...

The LEAVES OF YESTERDAY: A Book Page for Tomorrow

... !L T| I LEAVESofYESTERDAY IA A ^boDkJPaqe for Tomorrow A modern Saga of the colourful seas of Malaya as Joseph Conrad tells it in his masterly new novel Where the Reader will find that it is The large silence of the horizon into which we are looking/' ...