Joseph Conrad

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Noun1.Joseph Conrad - English novelist (born in Poland) noted for sea stories and for his narrative technique (1857-1924)Joseph Conrad - English novelist (born in Poland) noted for sea stories and for his narrative technique (1857-1924)
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Joseph Conrad, however, appears to be one of the few writers of the time whose work written during and after the war does not exhibit the same disillusionment as that of his fellow writers.
An example 'novel in a nutshell' haiku by group member Sue Wallbank for the Joseph Conrad novel Heart of Darkness is: "The riverboat steamed, Into the jungle's dark heart, Its cargo - man's soul.
From the highly acclaimed author of The Informers comes a novel about the fictitious meeting of Joseph Conrad and Jose Altamirano, a Colombian exile.
Joseph Conrad Nowlan entered into eternal rest on February 13, 2011 after a lengthy illness.
The publication of Tamas Juhasz's recent monograph is an important event in Joseph Conrad studies (and, more generally, in English studies) in Hungary.
George K's magnificent installations at the venue -- a surreal series of wooden heads on poles, reminiscent of a scene from the chilling Joseph Conrad novel, Heart of Darkness -- remained the talking point, and the fashion- savvy enjoyed seeing Soni's dexterously designed outfits in black displayed on mannequins.
The Several Lives of Joseph Conrad by John Stape, Arrow, pounds 8.
Based on a Joseph Conrad story - and not an exciting one like The Secret Agent - this film is about Jean (Pascal Greggory) who comes home to find a letter from his wife Gabrielle (Isabelle Huppert) saying she's leaving him for another man.
This study of Joseph Conrad is welcome both for its perceptive readings of Conrad's great novels and for its demonstration of the quality and depth of insights possible when the humanistic tradition in criticism is not merely continued but renewed by a critic with the literary sensitivity and moral seriousness of George Panichas.
That show, which took off from the Joseph Conrad novella, sought to generate a reflection on early colonialism and contemporary neocolonialism.
Although he cites Joseph Conrad, Wiebe is more reminiscent of Colombian writer Alvaro Mutis, whose tales of the misadventures of Maqroll, the lookout, illustrate the human condition.