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... 900 pieces. Price 31/- post free. THE TORRENS. This picture has a particular interest, inasmuch as the great novelist. Joseph Conrad, sailed in her as First Mate. Also companion subject. The ROSS-SHIRE. 48-page Illustrated Catalogue and Leaflets containing ...

Published: Wednesday 27 September 1933
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 112 | Page: 72 | Tags: Illustrations 

JIG-SAW PUZZLES

... 900 pieces. Price 31/- post free. THE TORRENS. This picture has a particular interest, inasmuch as the great novelist, Joseph Conrad, sailed in her as First Mate. Also companion subject, The ROSS-SHIRE. 42-page Illustrated Catalogue and Leaflets containing ...

Published: Wednesday 15 June 1932
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 110 | Page: 72 | Tags: Illustrations 

JIG-SAW PUZZLES

... 900 pieces. Price 31/- post free. THE TORRENS. This picture has a particular interest inasmuch as the great novelist, Joseph Conrad, sailed in her as First Mate. Also companion subject, The ROSS-SHIRE. 42-page Illustrated Catalogue and Leaflets containing ...

Published: Saturday 16 July 1932
Newspaper: The Sphere
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 111 | Page: 36 | Tags: Illustrations 

JIG-SAW PUZZLES

... 900 pieces. Price 31/- post free.' THE TORRENS. This picture has a particular interest inasmuch as the great novelist, Joseph Conrad, sailed in her as First Mate. Also companion subject, The ROSS-SHIRE. 42-page Illustrated Catalogue and Leaflets containing ...

Published: Monday 28 November 1932
Newspaper: The Sphere
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 111 | Page: 56 | Tags: Illustrations 

The Disappearing Windjammer: AN AMERICAN PAINTER-NAVIGATOR AND HIS ART

... The Disappearing 66 Windjammer 95 AN AMERICAN PAINTER-NAVIGATOR AND HIS ART THE last time that Joseph Conrad visited the United States he expressed the sense of disillusionment and disappoint ment with which his voyage had impressed him. The great ocean ...

Published: Saturday 15 January 1927
Newspaper: Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 398 | Page: 16 | Tags: Illustrations 

The Library: How Long Should a Novel Be?

... average jog-trot novel, such as has to be written by the author who makes a living out of it. If Mr. H. G. Wells, or Mr. Joseph Conrad, or Mr. Arnold Bennett, or any other licensed weaver, like to spin the v^arn out half as long again, that is for them to ...

A New Literary Log: The September Book Monthly

... enthusiastic at any thing which happens in thn commonplace story. The September Book Monthly. As all the world knows. Joseph Conrad has arrived. By birth he is a Pole, and it is said of him that when he came to write it was at first a toss-up whether ...

Published: Wednesday 03 September 1919
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 693 | Page: 50 | Tags: Illustrations  Review 

Other

... laborious- ness and crudity may George Meredith, Henry Jaines, George Eliot, William Makepeace Thackeray, Emily Bronte, Joseph Conrad, the Gods, and you forgive this book. Mothers and Children: Hitherto Unpublished Stories by the late 44 Frank Danby. ...

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 ...