Joseph Conrad

Joseph Conrad: Selected full-text books and articles

Lord Jim: A Tale By Joseph Conrad; John Batchelor Oxford University Press, 1983
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Critical Approaches to Joseph Conrad By Agata Szczeszak-Brewer University of South Carolina Press, 2015
A Joseph Conrad Companion By Leonard Orr; Ted Billy Greenwood Press, 1999
Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness By Harold Bloom Chelsea House, 1987
Joseph Conrad--Comparative Essays By Adam Gillon; Raymond Brebach Texas Tech University Press, 1994
Essays on Conrad By Ian Watt Cambridge University Press, 2000
Marlow By Harold Bloom Chelsea House, 1992
Librarian's tip: This is about the character Charles Marlow who appears in several of Conrad's works including Lord Jim, Heart of Darkness, and Youth
Conrad and Impressionism By John G. Peters Cambridge University Press, 2001
Joseph Conrad and Psychological Medicine By Martin Bock Texas Tech University Press, 2002
Conrad and Women By Susan Jones Clarendon Press, 1999
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