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The PALL MALL MAGAZINE

... moon, and come J'.wn to earth, and to ordinary middle-class folk of our own times. Finely illustrated by L. Raven Hill. JOSEPH CONRAD. This favourite writer of Sea Stories tells of his personal experiences as a sailor. His contribution will be welcomed ...

Published: Saturday 17 December 1904
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 409 | Page: 26 | Tags: Illustrations 

MODERN LIFE IN BOOKS

... His wanderings are compact vdth the lift and stir of high romance but it is a pity that he should have twice to refer to Joseph Conrad, whom he met as the mate of a brigantine, as the gifted Pole. A jolt like that will shake some of the spangles off the ...

Published: Saturday 24 September 1927
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1862 | Page: 32 | Tags: Illustrations  Review 

A Bookman's Breviary

... , because he has the stuff in him. Some other new books, not novels, worth read ing, may be mentioned Last Essays. By Joseph Conrad. Dent. 7s. 6d. Most of these twenty essays were written after the publication of Notes 011 I.ife and Letters, and they ...

Our Bookshelf: JACK RAYMOND

... example, the supposed narrator of the story of The Inheritors (William Heinemann), which is told in reality by Messieurs Joseph Conrad and Ford M. Hueffer. But the lady went on to explain I heard, says her auditor and reporter The nature of the Fourth Dimension ...

Published: Saturday 10 August 1901
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2864 | Page: 24, 26, 28 | Tags: Illustrations 

Advertisements

... NET. CONTENTS No. I. Vol. I. A Sunday Morning Tragedy THOS. HARDY The Jolly Corner HENRY TAMES Some Reminiscenses I. JOSEPH CONRAD A Fisher of Men JOHN GALSWORTHY Stonehenge W. H. HUDSON The Raid-- I. Count TOLSTOI AND H. G. WELLS' New Novel TONO-BUNGAY ...

Published: Saturday 05 December 1908
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 1539 | Page: 33 | Tags: Illustrations 

Unfinished Novels & Other Books

... unfinished novel by a great writer be completed, when given to the public, or left alone This question is suggested by Joseph Conrad's posthumous story of the Napoleonic times, Suspense. SHOULD a novel, left unfinished by a writer of the first order, ...

Published: Saturday 26 September 1925
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1674 | Page: 30 | Tags: Illustrations  Review 

The LEAVES OF YESTERDAY: A Book Page for Tomorrow

... as to quantity, for of fiction there seems to have been a tremendous lot. One of the ||*3 year's novels may go on, Mr. Joseph Conrad's Arrow of Gold, if only because it is more Conradish than anything else he has done, k Apart from him, where are the ...

A Leisure Hour with Books

... c A Leisure Hour with Books BY cJAMES MILNE 111! l L ..si The Prince of Wales as an author Joseph Conrad's romantic career John Galsworthy's new Saga A Hichens novel a Shakespearean theory and other light and leading. IT is pleasant to hear that the ...

The Abiding Note in Literature

... idealised a remark able personality in a delightful way. The attractive style and justness of phrasing has common cause with Joseph Conrad's preface, printed here for the first time, to a new edition of Stephen Crane's classic war novel, The Red Badge of Courage ...

The Times we live in

... rather dreadful propaganda pla3q The Show, have not passed off without signs of disapproval from the gods. rrvnE late Joseph Conrad's sole excursion A into the theatre (with his own version of The Secret Agent) was disastrous and, coming to the younger ...

Published: Saturday 06 April 1929
Newspaper: The Graphic
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2986 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: Illustrations 

Our Bookshelt: HARRY REVEL

... will depend on public favour. This being so, we have no fear that the promise will remain unfulfilled. typhoon Mr. Joseph Conrad's reputation as a story-teller of distinctive originality and power will ce tainly not be lessened by his new volume (William ...