1st Edition

Lives of Victorian Literary Figures, Part VII, Volume 1 Joseph Conrad, Henry Rider Haggard and Rudyard Kipling by their Contemporaries

    490 Pages
    by Routledge

    This volume presents documents that roughly follow the chronology of Joseph Conrad's life and deliberately considers two documents that reveal surprising and important facts that Conrad had carefully concealed.

    1. Conrad Ashore and at Sea: 1878–94 2. Early English and Polish Responses to Conrad 3. Conrad, Money and Food 4. ‘The Artist has Spoken’ 5. ‘Saving Conrad from Himself ’ 6. ‘A Man Without Either Country or Language’ 7. Bertrand Russell 8. Publicizing Conrad in America 9. Claiming Conrad for Poland 10. Conrad ‘On Level Terms with Children’ 11. ‘Hopes of Bagging Fritz High’ 12. Conrad’s Visit to America 13. Conrad at Oswalds 14. Conrad’s Death and Burial 15. Obituaries 16. John Galsworthy’s Reminiscences 17. Jessie Conrad 18. Documenting Conrad 19. Edward Garnett 20. Jocelyn Baines


    Series Editor: Ralph Pite. Volume Editors: Keith Carabine, Lindy Stiebel, Tom Hubbard.