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Reader's Guide to Joseph Conrad

Revised edition

Frederick R. Karl (author)

ISBN: 9780815604891

Publication Date: Sep 1997

Format: Paperback

It was not until the late 1930s - after his death - that Joseph Conrad emerged from literary neglect. Critical works on his significant contribution began to surface. This text provides a study on the "Nostromo" manuscript and defends "Victory" as one of Conrad's greatest novels.
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It was not until the late 1930s - after his death - that Joseph Conrad emerged from literary neglect. Critical works on his significant contribution began to surface, many comparing him in talent to Joyce and Faulkner. Frederick R. Karl provides for readers an independent study on the "Nostromo" manuscript and defends "Victory" as one of Conrad's greatest novels.
Pages 324
Dimensions 230 x 139 x 17mm
Date Published 30 Sep 1997
Publisher Syracuse University Press
Subject/s Literature & literary studies   Literature: history & criticism   Literary studies: fiction, novelists & prose writers  

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