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  1. Nostromo, a tale of the seaboard by Joseph Conrad, 2010-08-05
  2. The End of the Tether by Joseph Conrad, 2010-07-06
  3. Works of Joseph Conrad. (25+ Works) Includes Heart of Darkness and The Secret Sharer, The Secret Agent, Under Western Eyes, Lord Jim, Nostromo, Under Western Eyes and more (mobi) by Joseph Conrad, 2008-08-13
  4. Victory by Joseph Conrad, 2010-08-30
  5. Within the Tides by Joseph Conrad, 2008-08-18
  6. Chance by Joseph Conrad, 2010-03-06
  7. Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad, 2010-10-25
  8. The Works of Joseph Conrad by Joseph Conrad, 2009-08-06
  9. The Secret Agent: A Simple Tale (Modern Library Classics) by Joseph Conrad, 2004-12-14
  10. The Secret Agent by Joseph Conrad, 2009-01-16
  11. Selected Short Stories - Conrad (Wordsworth Collection) by Joseph Conrad, Keith Carabine, 1998-01-05
  12. Youth; Heart of Darkness; The End of the Tether (Classic, 20th-Century, Penguin) by Joseph Conrad, 1995-11-01
  13. The Secret Sharer and Other Stories (Dover Thrift Editions) by Joseph Conrad, 1993-04-19
  14. Joseph Conrad and the Fiction of Autobiography by Edward W. Said, 2007-12-14

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3. Joseph Conrad - Josef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski (1857-1924) Polish Writer.
(18571924) Polish writer. Josef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski (Joseph Conrad) is known for Heart of Darkness, Lord Jim, and other novels and short stories.
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    Joseph Conrad was a Polish-born British novelist. With works like Victory, Lord Jim, The Secret Agent, An Outcast of the Islands, The Shadow Line, The Duel, Heart of Darkness, and Nostromo, he heralded the coming of modernism. He captured man's inner struggle and illusory perceptionsdrawing from his own disillusionment, isolation and exile. zSB(3,3)
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    Joseph Conrad was born in 1857 in Polish Ukraine. An orphan by the age of eleven, he studied for six years at St. Petersburg University, which he abandoned before earning a degree. Conrad left Poland in 1874. He spent his next years in France, learning a second language and the fundamentals of seamanship. The friends he met there introduced him to drama, opera and theater. At the same time, he was also strengthening his maritime contacts, and soon he became an observer on pilot boats. The workers he met on the ships, as well as all his experiences there, laid the groundwork for much of the vivid detail in his novels. In the summer of 1889, while in England, Conrad began his writing career by starting his first novel, Almayer's Folly . He chose to write in English, his third language. A journey to the Congo in 1890 was Conrad's inspiration to write Heart of Darkness , his best-known work, which expressed his outrage with the practices of colonialism. He returned to England, and soon after had to deal with the death of his beloved guardian-uncle. The money left to the author gave him the financial security to make writing his occupation.

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    Joseph Conrad (1857-1924) , Polish-born English author and master mariner wrote Heart of Darkness “. . . No, it is impossible; it is impossible to convey the life-sensation of any given epoch of one’s existence—that which makes its truth, its meaning—its subtle and penetrating essence. It is impossible. We live, as we dream—alone. . . .” (Part 1) With haunting verse Conrad has crafted a chilling tale laden with lush imagery and symbolism describing the ambiguity between good and evil. “He was obeyed, yet he inspired neither love nor fear, nor even respect. He inspired uneasiness. That was it!” —(ibid) With characters as anti-hero he examines man’s moral complexities and capacity for corruption and evil, and the dark depths of the human psyche; Anything approaching the change that came over his features I have never seen before, and hope never to see again. Oh, I wasn’t touched. I was fascinated. It was as though a veil had been rent. I saw on that ivory face the expression of sombre pride, of ruthless power, of craven terror—of an intense and hopeless despair. Did he live his life again in every detail of desire, temptation, and surrender during that supreme moment of complete knowledge? He cried in a whisper at some image, at some vision—he cried out twice, a cry that was no more than a breath. (ibid, Part 3)

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For other uses, see Joseph Conrad (disambiguation) Joseph Conrad Born Józef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski
    3 December 1857
    Russian Empire (now Ukraine Died 3 August 1924
    , England Occupation Novelist Period Literary movement Psychological realism and Modernism Influences Stephen Crane Ford Madox Ford Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham Henry James ... Ivan Turgenev Joseph Conrad (born Józef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski Polish British novelist, who became a British subject in 1886. He is regarded as one of the greatest novelists in English, though he did not speak the language fluently until he was in his twenties (and then always with a marked Polish accent). He wrote stories and novels, predominantly with a nautical or seaboard setting, that depict trials of the human spirit by the demands of duty and honour. Conrad was a master prose stylist who brought a distinctly non-English tragic sensibility into English literature. While some of his works have a strain of romanticism , he is viewed as a precursor of modernist literature . His narrative style and anti-heroic characters have influenced many authors. Films have been adapted from or inspired by Conrad's Victory Lord Jim The Secret Agent An Outcast of the Islands ... The Shadow Line The Duel Heart of Darkness , and Nostromo Writing in the heyday of the British Empire , Conrad drew upon his experiences in the French and later the British Merchant Navy to create short stories and novels that reflect aspects of a worldwide empire while also plumbing the depths of the human soul.

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    8. Joseph Conrad: Heart Of Darkness [Herz Der Finsternis]
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    Links Literatur Sekundärliteratur Charlie Marlow erzählt seine Reise von Gravesend, England nach Westafrika und entlang des Kongos ins Innere Afrikas. Dort haust der Elfenbeinjägers Kurtz. Er hat der Kongogesellschaft sagenhaften Reichtum durch Elfenbein beschert, herrscht andrerseits mit Brutalität über ein eigenes kleines Reich.
    Joseph Conrad verfügt über einen enormen Wortreichtum. Man merkt es besonders am englischen Original: Worte werden kaum wiederholt außer zu merkwürdigen Doppelungen, die den gesamten Roman durchziehen und die im berühmten gehauchten Ausspruch des Agenten Kurtz gipfeln: "The horror! The horror!" (S. 149). Darauf stirbt er. Der Leser darf rätseln, was Kurtz meinte: Todesangst? Lebensrückblick? Furcht vorm Jenseits?
    Ein weiteres hervorhebenswertes Merkmal des Stils ist wie geschickt Conrad eine Atmosphäre der Unwirklichkeit hervorruft. Auch beim zweiten Lesen entstehen neben der konkreten Schilderung des Urwalds, der Fahrt und der Aktionen zum Gelingen der Reise verschwommene Bilder von Kurtz und seinem sagenumwobenen Reich. Das Kapitel III beginnt Conrad mit einer ausführlichen Charakterisierung, hinter der man zunächst Kurtz vermutet (S. 118f). Es ist aber nur ein Manager für Kurtz. Heart of Darkness begründete motivmässig eine eigene Literatursparte, setzte aber auch bekannte fort. Meist nennt man die

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    Conrad, Joseph (1857–1924) British novelist, born in Ukraine of Polish parents. His greatest works include the novels Lord Jim (1900), Nostromo (1904), The Secret Agent (1907), and, Joseph

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    Conrad, Joseph, original name J ZEF TEODOR KONRAD KORZENIOWSKI (b. Dec. 3, 1857, Berdichev, Pol., Russian Empire now Berdychiv, Ukrained. Aug. 3, 1924, Canterbury, Kent, Eng
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    original Lord Jim Nostromo (1904), and The Secret Agent (1907) and the short story "Heart of Darkness" (1902). During his lifetime Conrad was admired for the richness of his prose and his renderings of dangerous life at sea and in exotic places. But his initial reputation as a masterful teller of colourful adventures of the sea masked his fascination with the individual when faced with nature's invariable unconcern, man's frequent malevolence, and his inner battles with good and evil. To Conrad, the sea meant above all the tragedy of loneliness. A writer of complex skill and striking insight, but above all of an intensely personal vision, he has been increasingly regarded as one of the greatest English novelists. Conrad's father, Apollo Nal e cz Korzeniowski, a poet and an ardent Polish patriot, was one of the organizers of the committee that went on in 1863 to direct the Polish insurrection against Russian rule. He was arrested in late 1861 and was sent into exile at Vologda in northern Russia. His wife and four-year-old son followed him there, and the harsh climate hastened his wife's death from tuberculosis in 1865. In A Personal Record Conrad relates that his first introduction to the English language was at the age of eight, when his father was translating the works of Shakespeare and Victor Hugo in order to support the household. In those solitary years with his father he read the works of Sir Walter Scott, James Fenimore Cooper, Charles Dickens, and William Makepeace Thackeray in Polish and French. Apollo was ill with tuberculosis and died in Cracow in 1869. Responsibility for the boy was assumed by his maternal uncle, Tadeusz Bobrowski, a lawyer, who provided his nephew with advice, admonition, financial help, and love. He sent Conrad to school at Cracow and then to Switzerland, but the boy was bored by school and yearned to go to sea. In 1874 Conrad left for Marseille with the intention of going to sea.

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    Polish-born writer of English fiction. His literary work bridges the gap between the classical literary tradition of writers such as Charles Dickens and Fyodor Dostoevsky and the emergent modernist schools of writing. Conrad is now best known for the novella, Heart of Darkness
    • Almayer's Folly: a story of an eastern river
      An Outcast of the Islands
      The Nigger of the Narcissus: A Tale of the Forecastle
      1897; published in America as The Children of the Sea Heart of Darkness
      Lord Jim
      The Inheritors
      with Ford Madox Ford, 1901 Typhoon
      with Ford Madox Ford, 1903 Nostromo
      The Secret Agent
      Under Western Eyes Chance Victory: An Island Tale The Shadow Line The Arrow of Gold The Rescue The Nature of a Crime 1923, with Ford Madox Ford The Rover Suspense: a Napoleonic novel 1925; unfinished, published posthumously
    Short stories
    • Tales of Unrest
      • Karain: a Memory written February–April 1897; published November 1897 in Blackwood's and collected in Tales of Unrest, 1898 The Idiots Conrad's first short story; written during his honeymoon, published in Savo 1896 and collected in Tales of Unrest, 1898

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    The Arrow of Gold "M. George's" life-changing meeting with Mills and Blunt at a cafe in Marseilles. Chance Flora de Barral is the neglected daughter of a financier. She takes refuge on Captain Anthony's ship. Heart of Darkness Tells the story of Marlow, a seaman who goes into the African jungle to find a white trader named Kurtz. The Mirror of the Sea The memoirs of Conrad's ocean voyages. The Secret Agent Conspiracy story surrounding an attack on the Greenwich Observatory in 1894, detailing the lives of the Professor and Verloc. The Secret Sharer A young captain listens to a stranger's story of murder in self-defense. The Shadow Line Details the struggles of a young man's first voyage as a sea captain. Tales of Unrest A collection of short stories. Typhoon The story of a the captain of a steamship who must save his ship and crew from a fierce storm. Under Western Eyes Razumov, a university student in Russia, meets Victor Haldin, a fellow student and revolutionary. When Haldin asks Razumov's help to get out of the city, Razumov turns him into the police, and Haldin is hanged. Youth: A Narrative A sea story that introduces Marlowe from "Heart of Darkness."

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    In Children of the Sea, a ship picks up a black man named James Wait. He soon falls ill, and the other sailors tend to him as he dies. They discover some basic truths about society as a whole....
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    Marlow tells his companions the story of his adventures in Africa. He is hired by a European company to be the captain of a steamer to pilot the boat through the rivers to reach the different stations. The company's pretext is to spread knowledge through Africa, but they are there to make money, particularly from ivory. Their travels through Africa are made when Africa was at its roughest, with cannibals still a danger. Marlow hears about a man...
    Lord Jim

    In Lord Jim, an english sailor has to deal with the aftermath of a poor decision. He abandons what he thinks is a sinking ship, loaded with passengers, but soon discovers that it never sank. He has to deal with white society's opinions. He finally escapes to a Pacific island where he finds happiness, although his past does catch up to him....

    Nostromo is the story of a sailor named Nostromo, who left his own country, Italy, for a Latin American country, Costaguan by name, where he becomes respected by people there. From start to finish, Nostromo is so much concerned about his own reputation. All that he cares for is what other people say about him. He feels happy when people call him "man of the people." Once, Nostromo is asked by Mr. Charles Gould, the richest businessman and the ...

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    The Joseph Conrad Society is devoted to the celebration of the works of Conrad. This particular group is from Great Britain and the President is Phillip Conrad, Joseph's Grandson. Membership intructions and details are here: If you did not find what you need at the Joseph Conrad Society, this is the place for you! Everything you want to know about Conrad, including texts, history, and letters, is here. Joseph Conrad and Atheism. This presents Conrad as one of many "Famous Dead Non-Theist." Does this contribute to Conrad's interpretation of human nature and civilization? Conrad on the Web: Full tests and works, a Conrad search engine, and pages devoted to Heart fo Darkness and Apocalypse Now. Joseph Conrad's Swimming Program. Interestingly, Joseph Conrad is alive and well and teaching swimming lessons in America. Imagine that...
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      Study Guides and Essays by Joseph Conrad Heart of Darkness Lord Jim The Secret Agent Secret Sharer The Shadow Line Short Tales of Joseph Conrad Under Western Eyes Joseph Conrad Joseph Conrad grew up in the Polish Ukraine, a large, fertile plain between Poland and Russia. It was a divided nation, with four languages, four religions, and a number of different social classes. A fraction of the Polish-speaking inhabitants, including Conrad's family, belonged to the szlachta , a hereditary class in the aristocracy on the social hierarchy, combining qualities of gentry and nobility. They had political power, despite their impoverished state. Conrad's father, Apollo Korzeniowski, studied for six years at St. Petersburg University, which he left before earning a degree. Conrad's mother, Eva Bobrowska, was thirteen years younger than Apollo and the only surviving daughter in a family of six sons. After she met him in 1847, Eva was drawn to Apollo's poetic temperament and passionate patriotism, while he admired her lively imagination. Although Eva's family disapproved of the courtship, the two were married in 1856. Instead of devoting himself to the management of his wife's agricultural estates, Apollo pursued literary and political activities, which brought in little money. He wrote a variety of plays and social satires. Although his works were little known, they would have tremendous influence on his son.

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