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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

... WE have four living novelists of European reputation and of fame in America, Mr. Thomas Hardy, Mr. Rudyard Kipling, Mr. Joseph Conrad and Mr. H. G. Wells. Perhaps Mr. John Galsworthy, Mr. Arnold Bennett, Mr. W. J. Locke and Sir Anthony Hope might be added ...

The LEAVE OF YESTERDAY: A Book Page for Tomorrow

... touch like what we find in Dana's famous narrative, Two Years Before the Mast. mli Oddly enough, another sailor man, Mr. Joseph Conrad, has, at this present time, come in for his just, rightful wind of recognition. He is over sixty, and he has been writing ...

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: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1949 | Page: 30 | Tags: Illustrations 

GHOSTS: Max Beerbohm Memories of the Naughty 'Nineties

... of his memory NOVELISTS AT A TEA-PARTY A tete-h-tete impression which Mr. Beerbohm calls A memory of Henry James and Joseph Conrad conversing at a tea-parly circa 1904 THE WITNESS Mr. Whistler giving evidence in the case of Pinnell v. the 4 Saturday ...

Published: Saturday 01 December 1928
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 328 | Page: 16 | Tags: Graphic  Illustrations 

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... 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 Mothers and Children: Hitherto Unpublished Stories by the late 44 Frank Danby. ...

THE RE-UNITING OF POLAND UNDEP IGNACE PADEREWSKI

... Government, but is the Government of Poland. M Paderewski belongs to that small group of Poles; like Chopin, Sienkiewicz, Joseph Conrad, and Madame Curie, whose genius is recognised throughout the world. M. Padcrewski's personality is as well known in France ...

The LEAVES OF YESTERDAY: A Book Page for Tomorrow

... Choice reading there will be in Stopford Brooke's pages, and when one companions them with a new novel, The Rescue, by Mr. Joseph Conrad, it will be gathered that the promise of the literary Spring and early Summer is enticing enough. Oh, there are. lots more ...

The LEAVES OF YESTERDAY: A Book Page for Tomorrow

... understand. Give me Nat Gould or William Le Queux. If that average reader be a woman, she says, Yes, I once got a novel by Joseph Conrad, Almayer's Folly, I think it was called, and there were pages I couldn't understand. Why should anybody want to write ...

Max Makes a Mockery of Men and Manners

... present who is in the public eye at the moment everybody from Lytton Strachey to Lord Hugh Cecil, and from Sidney Webb to Joseph Conrad. Every victim of Max's humour had been invited, and, since there are eighty-three pictures on show, you can imagine how ...

Published: Saturday 21 May 1921
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1224 | Page: 9 | Tags: Illustrations