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The Conradian 48.2 (Autumn 2023)

  • Juhász Tamás Yanko’s America: Space and Emotion in “Amy Foster”
  • Maria Luigia Di Nisio “It is very serious. Very serious”: “Il Conde” and the Pleasure of the Text
  • Ian Anderson “Personal prejudices must not pass as whole truth”: George Garrett’s critique of The Nigger of the “Narcissus”
  • Nic Panagopoulos Philosophical Intertextualities in Chance
  • Sylwia Janina Wojciechowska An “extremely nice writing-table”: the Language(s) of Belonging in A Personal Record
  • Hugh Epstein The vertiginous aspect in Conrad
  • Keith Carabine Some Reflections on Jessie Conrad’s Correspondence
  • Owen Knowles & Allan H. Simmons Conrad’s Correspondence: Nine New Letters, 1900–1923

The Conradian 48.1 (Spring 2023)

  • Tung-An Wei Tracking the “Typhoon”, Charting the China Sea
  • Masanori Ito The Secret Agent and Reading Crowds: Dynamite, Fragmentation and the Novel
  • Jeremy Hawthorn Joseph Conrad’s Guys and Dolls (and Scarecrows and Dummies)
  • Douglas Kerr Conrad and the Ghost
  • John G. Peters Conrad Studies in South Asia: Monographs and Essay Collections (1975-2010)
  • Anthony Fothergill Review Article: A Set of Six
  • Robert Hampson / John G. Peters Conard and Conrad: A Correction

The Conradian 47.2 (Autumn 2022)

  • Jeremy Hawthorn Foreword: Conrad’s Narrative Methods
  • Brian Richardson The Use and Abuse of Narrative in Conrad’s Fiction
  • Yusuke Takahata Confusion in Authorial Norms? The Treatment of Hervey’s Three “Revelations” and Narrative Instability in “The Return”
  • Nathalie Martinière Transferring Joseph Conrad’s Narrative Method into Graphic-novel Adaptations of his Fictions
  • Yael Levin Authority and Legitimacy: Nostromo and Contemporary Thought on Voice
  • Leona Toker Direct Speech in Conrad’s A Personal Record
  • Hannah Landes Disnarration in Conrad’s First-Command Tales
  • James Phelan Why Conrad Needs the Diary Extracts in The Shadow-Line
  • Jakob Lothe Afterword

The Conradian 47.1 (Spring 2022)

  • William Atkinson Savages and Simians: Almayer’s Monkeys
  • David Mulry “A Taste for Silence”: The Failure of Retreat in Conrad’s Wildernesses
  • Tung-An Wei A Tale for Two Readers: Conrad’s “The Tale”
  • Andrew Purssell “Remembering Mr Jones”: Late Conrad, Early Greene and the 1930s Literary Field
  • Sara Haslam The Hueffers and the Conrads in 1899
  • Robert Hampson and John G. Peters Conrad Contracts: Dramatisations, Books and Translations
  • Paul Skinner Review Article: The Inheritors

The Conradian 46.2 (Autumn 2021)

  • Mark Deggan ‘“This sky and this sea were open to me”: The Marine Aesthetics of Conrad’s Planetary Vision’
  • Hugh Epstein ‘Conrad’s Planetary Vocabulary’
  • Andrew Francis ‘Mineral resources, planetary questions: coal and mining in Conrad’s Malay fiction’
  • Yael Levin ‘Becoming Planetary: Nostromo, Accident and the Limits of Storytelling’
  • Jana Giles ‘The Planetary Sublime in Conrad’s Nostromo: Nature, Rhetoric, Empire’
  • Chris GoGwilt ‘Planetary Consciousness and the Place of the Parrot in Nostromo
  • ‘Planetary Conrad: William Connolly and Nidesh Lawtoo in Dialogue’

The Conradian 46.1 (Spring 2021)

  • Susan Zhang Maginn Everything was against us in our secret partnership: Re-thinking the Conrad Ford Collaboration
  • James Ward Indigenous domestic space in Frank Swettenham’s Malay Sketches and Joseph Conrad’s “The Lagoon”
  • Elleke Boehmer and Coen van’t Veer The “Dutch Conrad” Louis Couperus’s De stille kracht (The Hidden Force, 1900): working between Joseph Conrad and Oscar Wilde
  • Agnieszka Adamowicz-Póspiech Conrad as a Reader of the Wędrowiec magazine
  • Richard Ambrosini The Politics of Observing: Heart of Darkness as a Visual, Aural and Conceptual Polyptych
  • Helen Chambers Localities and triangulations: topographical footnotes to The Arrow of Gold
  • Helen Chambers Further evidence for gun-running on the Vidar
  • Owen Knowles and Allan H. Simmons Five New Conrad Letters, 1903–1922
  • John G. Peters A Bibliography of Books, Pamphlets, and Broadsides about Joseph Conrad: 2016–2020

The Conradian 45.2 (Autumn 2020)

  • Douglas Kerr “Two Strong Men: Conrad’s Gaspar Ruiz and Eugen Sandow”
  • Jeremy Hawthorn “The Expression ‘roulé ma bosse’ in Joseph Conrad’s Lord Jim
  • Yoko Okuda “Emotion in ‘The Warrior’s Soul’ and “The Death of Atsumori’”
  • Yu Ando "Conrad and the Outside of Language: The Aesthetic of Reality in Heart of Darkness"
  • Ellen Burton Harrington “Aïssa’s Curse in An Outcast of the Islands
  • Gary Schwartz “Shoot the Piano Player’s Girlfriend”
  • Cedric Watts “Thematic Precipitation in Joseph Conrad’s Works”
  • Hunt Hawkins “An Unpublished Conrad Note”
  • David Mulry “A New Conrad Letter, 1923”
  • John G. Peters and Laurence Davies “Epistolary Conrad: Seven Letters”

The Conradian 45.1 (Spring 2020)

  • Stephen Donovan ‘Character Assassin: A Would-be Murderer of Joseph Conrad’
  • Virginia Richter ‘“The whole China Sea had climbed on the bridge”: Oceanic Agency in Joseph Conrad’s Typhoon’
  • Zena Meadowsong ‘Conrad’s Imperial Machine: Nostromo’
  • Allan H. Simmons ‘“Conrad, My Conrad. But which is my Conrad?”’
  • Nic Panagolpoulos ‘The Ship of State and its Captain in Plato and Conrad’
  • Ludmilla Voitkovska ‘On Conrad’s Birthplace’
  • Mary Elizabeth Gearen ‘Standardized Time and Bodily Control in Joseph Conrad’s The Secret Agent’
  • Kazumichi Enokida ‘Communication with Marconi’s Electric Waves: Conrad and Wireless Telegraphy’
  • Mary Burgoyne ‘Conrad to Wilfred G. Partington: A New Letter of 1923’
  • Owen Knowles and Allan H. Simmons ‘Ten New Conrad Letters, 1903-24’

The Conradian 44.2 (Autumn 2019)

  • Lisa Feklistova Joseph Conrad and the Concept-City – Reconstructing London in The Secret Agent
  • Ellen Burton Harrington and John G. Peters Conrad, Lombroso, and Animals
  • Linda Dryden H. G. Wells and J. B. Pinker: Previously Unpublished Correspondence Concerning Conrad 
  • Owen Knowles and Allan H. Simmons Conrad on the Suffragettes, Academic Honours, and Other Matters: Eight New Letters
  • Christopher D. J. Sinclair An Unpublished Conrad Letter: to Dr. John Macintyre (1898)
  • Andrew Purssell Review of The Selected Letters of Joseph Conrad, ed. Laurence Davies
  • Hugh Epstein Review of the Cambridge Edition of The Rover, ed. Alexandre Fachard and J. H. Stape

The Conradian 44.1 (Spring 2019)

  • David Mulry “Evil-minded, underhand, savage”: The Hidden Design in Conrad’s “The Brute: An Indignant Tale”
  • Christie Gramm Victory’s Frames-of-Reference and Doors of Perception
  • Yumiko Iwashimizu The Difficulty of Being a Man: The Case of Mr Schomberg in Victory
  • Yao Xiaoling The Conflation of the Sea Voyage and the Writing Process in The Shadow-Line
  • Evelyn T. Y. Chan The Moral Dimensions of Sympathy as Inheritance in Razumov and Heyst
  • Philip Hoy Conrad on the Merchant Service’s War Effort (1918): A First Publication Discovered
  • Owen Knowles and Allan H. Simmons Epistolary Conrad: Four New Letters
  • Peter Lancelot Mallios Review of the Cambridge Edition of Victory, ed. J. H. Stape and Alexandre Fachard

The Conradian 43.2 (Autumn 2018)

  • Luis Sundkvist  Frans G. Bengtsson, a Swedish Champion of Conrad
  • An Ning Lao  She and Conrad
  • Jeremy Hawthorn  Real-World Generalizations in Conrad’s Third-Person Narratives
  • Andrea Fenice  Beyond Suspense: The Rhythm of Clues in The Secret Agent
  • Susan Zhang Maginn  Cultivating the Conrad “Industry”: Private Printing and the Collectors’ Market in Conrad’s Later Years
  • William Atkinson Yet Again, Achebe and Heart of Darkness: Updating the Horror
  • Owen Knowles and Allan H. Simmons Three New Conrad Letters: 1914, 1923, and 1924
  • Owen Knowles  Conrad and Thomas F. Moxon: A Reminiscence and a Letter Recovered
  • Debra Romanick Baldwin  Review of the Cambridge Edition of The Nigger of the “Narcissus,” ed. Allan H. Simmons

The Conradian 43.1 (Spring 2018)

  • Hunt Hawkins Nostromo and Neo-Colonialism
  • Ewa Kujawska-Lis Conrad and the Society of the Spectacle
  • Anna Krawczyk-Łaskarzewska Winnie Verloc in John K. Snyder III’s Comic-Book Adaptation of The Secret Agent
  • Mark Deggan “Not bleeding, singing”: Conrad, Ambience, and Opera
  • Robert Hampson Borders, Nation-States, and Empire
  • Francesca Mastracci Some Notes on Self-Referentiality and Intertextuality in “The Tale”
  • Jacek Mydla A Reappraisal of “The Tale”
  • Agnieszka Adamowicz-Pośpiech Harold Pinter’s Screenplay of Conrad’s Victory and Its BBC Radio 4 Adaptation
  • Frank Förster New Archival Material on the Translation of Conrad’s Works in the German Democratic Republic
  • Laurence Davies  “With all that multitude of celestial bodies”: Conrad’s Sense of Scale

The Conradian 42.2 (Autumn 2017)

  • David Mulry “Swallowed whole”: The Ships of Conrad’s “The End of the Tether”
  • Jeremy Hawthorn J. B. Pinker and the Pseudonymous Publication of “The Nature of a Crime”
  • Andrea White The Rover: An Unlikely Patriot
  • Robert Hampson Crossing Borders: National and Transnational Loyalties
  • Mary Burgoyne “And then he came!”: Newsreel Footage of Conrad’s 1923 Arrival in America
  • Johan Adam Warodell Conrad’s Unpublished Map of His Congo Journey: A Note
  • Helen Chambers “The first mate is a Polish count, a very quiet fellow”: Some New Torrens Documents
  • Owen Knowles A New Conrad Pen-and-Ink Sketch, and a Torrens Connection, 1893

The Conradian 42.1 (Spring 2017)

  • Masanori Ito The Modern Crowd and the Palimpsest Narrative in The Nigger of the “Narcissus”
  • Felicia Martinez Are Persons like Steel or a Cloud?: Conrad’s Contributions to the Contradictions of Personhood
  • Ayse Deniz Temiz “Le sort en est jeté”: Aleatory Sound and Narrative Order in Nostromo
  • Catherine Delesalle-Nancey Inscrutable women in Joseph Conrad’s “The Brute: An Indignant Tale”
  • Claude Maisonnat “Trying not to see something that was not there”: Trauma and Redemption in The Rover
  • Mark Fitzpatrick “Une harmonie de terreur et de beauté ”: Henry-D. Davray as Conrad’s French Critic
  • Owen Knowles and Allan H. Simmons Four New Conrad Letters, 1900–1920
  • Peter Lancelot Mallios Review of Victory

The Conradian 41.2 (Autumn 2016)

  • Allan H. Simmons A New Conrad Letter: to Geraldine Sanderson (1894)
  • Jennifer A. Janechek The Horror of the Primal Sound: Proto-telephony and Imperialism in Conrad's "Heart of Darkness"
  • Gene M. Moore History and Legend in "The Duel"
  • Remy Arab-Fuentes "Think of Us ... of Us ... of Us!": The First-Person Plural Hauntology in Conrad's fiction
  • Jeremy Hawthorn Thoughts on Some Conradian Deletions
  • Mary Burgoyne Two Unpublished Conrad Letters from October 1917
  • Owen Knowles Three New Conrad Letters, 1919-23
  • Jose Gonzalez Size, Wisdom, and Uneasiness: Further Reflections on the Loss of the Titanic and Conrad's "Some Reflexions"
  • Owen Knowles An American in Bishopsbourne: Charles H. Meltzer Visits Conrad (1920)
  • Alexandre Fachard A "delightful week-end" Visit: May Mott-Smith at Oswalds
  • F. Tennyson Jesse Joseph Conrad
  • Laurence Davies Recollections of Joseph Conrad, a BBC broadcast from 1957
  • John G. Peters A Bibliography of Books, Pamphlets, and Broadsides about Joseph Conrad: 2011-2015
  • Richard Niland Review of An Outcast of the Islands

The Conradian 41.1 (Spring 2016)

  • Ewa Kujawska-Lis Conrad’s Mastery of Language in the Early Marlow Narratives: The Functions and Effects of Comparisons
  • Emily Ennis Joseph Conrad Writing Photography: Authenticity and Identity in The Inheritors and “The Black Mate”
  • Brendan Kavanagh “Dirty weather”: Typhoon’s Meteorology and MacWhirr’s Point of View
  • Patrick Tourchon Semeiotic Density in Almayer’s Folly
  • Keith Carabine and Owen Knowles Conrad, E. L. Sanderson, and the Wooing of Helen Watson
  • An Ning Conrad Studies in Mainland China, 1924–2014
  • Alexandre Fachard Why Jessie Conrad Was Not a Professional Typist
  • Owen Knowles and Allan H. Simmons Three New Conrad Letters, 1899, 1910, and 1913
  • Owen Knowles Conrad’s One Day More and The Speaker. A Suppressed Review
  • J. H. Stape Conrad’s Visit to Captain Blake: Narrating Memory in The Mirror of the Sea
  • J. H. Stape Conrad’s “An Anarchist”: Footnotes to Norman Sherry

The Conradian 40.2 (Autumn 2015)

  • Richard Niland Volcanoes, Disaster, and Evil in Victory
  • Ellen Burton Harrington The Case of Mrs Schomberg in Victory
  • William Atkinson Victory in a Zone of Indistinction: Animals, Alfuros, and Agamben
  • J. H. Stape The New Cambridge Text of Victory
  • Mark D. Larabee Conrad and The Great War at Sea
  • Randall Stevenson “All Those Figures”: Conrad’s Board of Trade Examinations Re-Examined
  • David Mulry The Revolutionary Pole in Late Victorian/Early Edwardian Dynamite Fiction
  • J. H. Stape Notes on J. M. K. Blunt of The Mirror of the Sea and An Arrow of Gold
  • John G. Peters and Alexander Pettit Conrad Remembered: Richard Curle Meets S. N. Behrman and Crosby Gaige
  • Mystery (Joseph Conrad)
  • Mitchell Abidor An Unpublished Conrad Letter to F. N. Doubleday of 1914

The Conradian 40.1 (Spring 2015)

  • Tina Skouen: Ciceronian Oratory and the Idea of Civilization in “Heart of Darkness”
  • Johan Adam Warodell: “Arrows by Jove!”: Delayed Miscoding in “Heart of Darkness”
  • Jeremy Lakoff: “A variable and yet perfectly precise mechanism”: Temporal Prosthesis in The Secret Agent
  • Nic Panagopoulos: Civic Virtue in Under Western Eyes
  • Martin Bock: S. S. McClure, The Conrad Circle, and The Messy London Season of 1909
  • J. H. Stape: Conrad’s Wamibo: Crime, Punishment, and the Loch Etive
  • Stephen Donovan: “The Wisdom of the Race”: An Uncollected Conrad Text of 1921
  • Owen Knowles and J. H. Stape: Reminiscence and Retrospection: Three Meetings with Conrad
  • Michael Allan: A Glimpse of Conrad in 1912
New Conrad Letters
  • J. H. Stape and Alexandre Fachard: “Cher Monsieur”: Émilie Briquel’s Letters to Joseph Conrad
  • Owen Knowles and Allan H. Simmons: Five New Conrad Letters, A Misdating Corrected and an Epistolary Spoof
  • Mary Burgoyne and Mitchell Abidor: Two Unpublished Conrad Letters and Two Unpublished Notes: 1898–1923
  • J. H. Stape: Additional Supplementary Notes and Corrigenda to The Collected Letters of Joseph Conrad

The Conradian 39.2 (Autumn 2014)

  • David Prickett: Art Out of Bread-winning: Conrad and the Question of the Plimsoll Man
  • Douglas Kerr: “The Secret Secret Sharer”
  • Nisha Manocha: The Readable Across “Heart of Darkness”
  • Annika J. Lindskog: “It Was Very Quiet There”: The Contaminating Soundscapes of “Heart of Darkness”
  • Christie Gramm: Figure and Ground in “Heart of Darkness”
  • J. H. Stape and Richard Niland: Conrad and Captain Marris: A Biographical Note
  • Paul Kirschner: Conrad and “Europe’s Greatest Feminist”
  • Jean M. Szczypien: Conrad and the New York Times: An Unpublished Letter of 1901
  • Alexandre Fachard: “Joseph Conrad’s” Typewriter at the Canterbury Heritage Museum
  • Alexandre Fachard: Four New Conrad Items in The Late Stanley J. Seeger Sale of Conradiana
  • Justin Tonra: Review of the Cambridge Edition of The Shadow-Line

The Conradian 39.1 (Spring 2014): Special Issue – Chance: Centennial Essays

  • Andrew Glazzard: "The shore gang": Chance and the Ethics of Work
  • Jay Parker: Rortyian contingency and ethnocentrism in Chance
  • Anne Enderwitz: Speech, Affect and Intervention in Chance
  • Debra Romanick Baldwin: Marlow, Socrates, and an Ancient Quarrel in Chance
  • Ewa Kujawska-Lis: Chance and Its Intertextualities
  • E. H. Wright: The "girl-novel": Chance and Woolf's The Voyage Out
  • Helen Chambers: "Fine-weather books": Representations of Readers and Reading in Chance
  • Pei Wen Clio Kao: From Incapable "Angel in the House" to Invincible "New Woman" in Marlovian Narratives: Representing Womanhood in "Heart of Darkness" and Chance
  • John G. Peters: "Let that Marlow talk": Chance and the Narrative Problem of Marlow
  • Yumiko Iwashimizu: Chance: Conrad's A Portrait of a Feminist
  • Mark Deggan: Ships in the Night: Intimacy, Narration, and the Endless Near Misses of Chance

The Conradian 38.2 (Autumn 2013)

  • Ryan Francis Murphy: Exterminating the Elephant in "Heart of Darkness"
  • Evelyn Tsz Yan Chan: Anarchism and the irony of professional work in The Secret Agent
  • Nisha Manocha: Conrad’s Tidalectic Sea Tales
  • Jennifer Malia: Media Sensationalism and Terrorism in The Secret Agent
  • William Atkinson: Conrad in The Strand: The Hermeneutics of Suspicion and "The Tale"
  • Joanna Kurowska: Moral and Religious Relativism in The Rover
  • C. T. Watts: The Tremolino and the Tourmaline: Reflections and Speculations
  • J. H. Stape: Conrad’s Voyage to Africa: Footnotes to a Journey
  • Owen Knowles: Jack London on Conrad’s Victory (1915): A Postscript
  • Alexandre Fachard: The Youth Volume: A 1903 Review
  • J. H. Stape: Conrad in Marseilles: The Delestangs
New Conrad Letters
  • John G. Peters: Uncollected Conrad Letters Recently Published: A Checklist
Review Essay
  • Peter Lancelot Mallios: Review Essay: Joseph Conrad: Contemporary Reviews

The Conradian 38.1 (Spring 2013)

  • Judith Paltin: Conrad’s Agile Crowds
  • William W. E. Slights: The Ethics of Readership and “The Anarchist”
  • Teresa Amador Gallagher: Out of Our Depth: Physical Space and Frame Narration in Lord Jim
  • Richard Ambrosini: Tragic Adventures: Conrad’s and Marlow’s Conflicting Narratives in Lord Jim
  • Alexandre Fachard: The Production and Publication of the Heinemann Collected Edition of Joseph Conrad’s Works
  • Alexandre Fachard: Conrad's Contracts with William Heinemann, Ltd.
  • Mary Burgoyne: “Writing Man to Fighting Man”: Conrad Republished for the Armed Services during the World Wars
  • J. H. Stape: Conrad in Marseilles: The Delestangs
New Conrad Letters
  • Laurence Davies: “I want to do the right thing in my own way”: Twenty-eight New Letters and Some Corrigenda
  • Alexandre Fachard: Twenty New Conrad Letters to Sydney S. Pawling and Charles S. Evans
  • James Sexton: A New Conrad Letter to Jacques Rivière
  • Allan H. Simmons and Owen Knowles: Three Unpublished Conrad Letters
  • J. H. Stape: A New Conrad Letter to Sidney Colvin of 1917–18
  • Mary Burgoyne: Conrad to Peter F. Somerville: A New Letter of 1919
  • Mitchell Abidor: Conrad and Morgan Robertson: An Unpublished Letter of 1919
  • Alexandre Fachard: Conrad to F. N. Doubleday: A New Letter from 1922
  • J. H. Stape: Further Supplementary Notes and Corrigenda to The Collected Letters of Joseph Conrad
  • John Lester: Review of the Cambridge Edition of Lord Jim and Conrad's “Lord Jim”: A Transcription of the Manuscript, ed. J. H. Stape and Ernest W. Sullivan II

The Conradian 37.2 (Autumn 2012)

  • Cedric Watts: Conradian Eldritch: Bram Stoker’s Dracula and Joseph Conrad “The Heart of Darkness”
  • Andrew Glazzard: "Some reader may have recognized": The Case of Edgar Wallace and The Secret Agent
  • Kim Salmons: Anarchic Appetites: Vegetarianism and The Secret Agent
  • Ellen Burton Harrington: Suicide, Feminism, and “the miserable dependence of girls” in “The Idiots,” The Secret Agent, and Chance
  • Andrew Francis: “In the Way of Business”: The Commerce of Love in “A Smile of Fortune”
  • Christie Gramm: The Dialectic of the Double in Lord Jim and “The Secret Sharer”
  • Johan Adam Warodell: Conrad’s Delayed Decoding and Bertrand Russell’s Logical Atomism
  • G. W. Stephen Brodsky: Children of the Borderland: Conrad and his Secret Sharer Joseph Roth
  • Ellie Stedall: “Books never made a sailor!”: The Predicament of the Author and Sailor in Conrad’s Writing
  • Andrew Francis: The Olmeijer Family and a Wedding Photograph

The Conradian 37.1 (Spring 2012)

  • Michael Greaney: Conrad, Sleep, and Modernism
  • Debra Romanick Baldwin: “Two Languages” of Engagement: The Rhetoric of Conrad’s Letters to R. B. Cunninghame Graham
  • Zdzislaw Najder: Conrad’s European Vision
  • J. A. Bernstein: “No Audible Tick”: Conrad, McTaggart, and the Revolt against Time
  • Alston Kennerley: Conrad’s Shipmates in British Ships
  • J. H. Stape: The Man who Edited Victory: A Biographical Note
  • John G. Peters: A Bibliography of Books, Pamphlets, and Broadsides about Joseph Conrad, Part 2: 1980–2010
  • John Lyon: Review of Joseph Conrad, Youth, Heart of Darkness, The End of the Tether, ed. Owen Knowles
  • Mario Curreli: Review of Joseph Conrad, Suspense, ed. Gene M. Moore
  • Richard Niland: Review of Joseph Conrad, Last Essays, ed. Harold Ray Stevens and J. H. Stape

The Conradian 36.2 (Autumn 2011): Under Western Eyes: Centennial Essays

  • Carola M Kaplan: Conrad’s Fatherless Sons: Betrayal by Paternity and Failure of Fraternity in Under Western Eyes
  • Jeremy Hawthorn: Literary Borrowing and Generic Transformation: The Presence of Dostoyevsky and Hoffmann in Under Western Eyes and “The Secret Sharer”
  • Richard Niland: “Unfit for Action . . . Unable to Rest”: Goethe, Lermontov, and Under Western Eyes
  • Yael Levin: The Interruption of Writing: Uncanny Intertextuality in Under Western Eyes
  • Paul Eggert: Conrad's Working Methods in Under Western Eyes
  • Catherine Delesalle-Nancey: Underground Explosion: The Ethics of Betrayal in Under Western Eyes and Malcolm Lowry’s Under the Volcano
  • Josiane Paccaud-Huguet: Conrad our Contemporary? The Case of Under Western Eyes
  • Andrzej Busza: Under Western Eyes and "The Theatre of the Real"
  • Ludmilla Voitkovska: A View from the East: The Russian Reception of Under Western Eyes
  • John G. Peters: Under Western Eyes: An Explosive Review
The Conradian 36.1 (Spring 2011)

  • Brian Richardson: The Trope of the Book in the Jungle: Colonial and Post-colonial Avatars
  • Matthew Paul Carlson: Conrad’s Early Fiction and the Æsthetic of Dehumanization
  • Claes E. Lindskog: Making Us See: Lord Jim and the Visual Imagination
  • David Mulry: "Twin Antitypes": Conrad's Secret Sharers and Turgenev's "Hamlet and Don Quixote"
  • Kim Salmons: Cannibalism and the Greely Arctic Expedition: A New Source for Conrad’s “Falk”
  • Allan H. Simmons and J. H. Stape: The Conrads in Brittany: Some Biographical Notes
  • C. T. Watts: Contexts for The Secret Agent, with a Letter from R. B. Cunninghame Graham to H. B. Samuels
  • Owen Knowles and Allan H. Simmons: Two New Conrad Letters: 1920 and 1921
  • Frank Förster: Conrad: The First German Translations
  • John G. Peters: A Bibliography of Books, Pamphlets, and Broadsides about Joseph Conrad: Part 1: 1910–1979

The Conradian 35.2 (Autumn 2010)

  • William Freedman: Conrad and the Anxiety of Knowledge
  • Paul Johnson Byrne: 'Heart of Darkness': The Dream-Sensation and Literary Impressionism Revisited
  • Gudrun Kauhl: On Certain Problems on Reading Chance
  • Andrew Francis: "You always leave us": Marriage and Concubinage in Conrad's Asian Fiction
  • David Miller: His Heart in My Hand: Stories about Borys and John Conrad
  • J. H. Stape: "Setting out for Brussels": Conrad and the "Sepulchral City"
  • Richard M. Berrong: The Revenge of the Raped Woman: “The Idiots” and Charles Le Goffic’s Le Crucifié de Keraliès
  • Mary Burgoyne: "These ignorant and bumptious reviewers": F. J. Furnivall in Defence of Conrad
  • Owen Knowles: Glimpses of a Uncollected Letter of 1899: Conrad to Katherine De Friese
  • Owen Knowles and J. H. Stape: Seven New Conrad Letters, 1902–1917

The Conradian 35.1 (Spring 2010)

  • A. M. Purssell: "Where civilization brushes against wild mystery”: “Freya of the Seven Isles,” Conrad, and the Archive
  • Debra Romanick Baldwin: "Simple Ideas" and Narrative Solidarity in “Prince Roman”
  • Kaoru Yamamoto: "The Warrior's Soul" and the Question of Community
  • Richard M. Berrong: "Heart of Darkness" and Pierre Loti's Ramuntcho: Fulcrum for a Masterpiece
  • William Atkinson: Mr Kurtz's Good Death
  • C. T. Watts: Killing “The Newt”: Kipling’s “Sea Constables” and Conrad’s “The Tale”
  • Laurence Davies: Conrad’s “Patriotic Charitable” Donation: “An Outpost of Progress” in The Ladysmith Treasury
  • Allan H. Simmons: Conrad and the Duke of Sutherland
  • J. H. Stape: Father Gobila, I Presume?: Sources for “An Outpost of Progress”
  • C. T. Watts: Jews, Aglae, and Suspense

The Conradian 34.2 (Autumn 2009)

  • Andrea White: “The Profound Perplexity of Living”: Narrating the Bewildered Self in the Colonial World of Victory
  • A. M. Purssell: Of Other Spaces: Conrad, Graham Greene, and Tourism
  • C. T. Watts: Under Western Eyes: The Haunted Haunts
  • Kiel J. Hume: Time and the Dialectics of Life and Death in "Heart of Darkness"
  • Claude Maisonnat: The Agency of the Letter and the Function of the Textual Voice in Under Western Eyes
  • Patricia Pye: Hearing the News in The Secret Agent
  • Andrew J. Francis: Recovering the Ethics of Economic Botany in Conrad’s Asian Fiction
  • Mary Burgoyne: Conrad and Advertising: The “spell of such emphasis”
New Conrad Letters
  • Laurence Davies: Six New Letters and A Policy
  • John G. Peters: Conrad to T. Fisher Unwin: An Uncollected Letter of 1910
  • Walter Putnam: Typhoon in a Teapot: A 1917 Letter from Conrad to André Gide
  • J. H. Stape and Allan H. Simmons: Conrad to Hugh R. Dent: A Recently Discovered Letter of 1919
  • Stephen Donovan: Conrad and the Garlands: An Unpublished Letter of 1922
  • Donald W. Rude and J. H. Stape: Conrad to Fanny Butcher: An Unknown Letter of 1923
  • Owen Knowles: Conrad to Mr Hughes: A New Letter of 1924


  • Helen Baron: Lost in Complication: A Review-Essay of The Cambridge Edition of 'Twixt Land and Sea

The Conradian 34.1 (Spring 2009): Themed Issue on Biography

  • The Kliszczewski Document, edited by J. H. Stape
  • Owen Knowles and J. H. Stape: Conrad, Galsworthy's "The Doldrums," and the Torrens
  • John Galsworthy: "The Doldrums"
  • Anne Arnold: Marguerite Poradowska as Conrad's Friend and Adviser
  • J. H. Stape: Jessie Conrad in Context: A George Family History
  • J. H. Stape: “The Pinker of Agents”: A Family History of James Brand Pinker
  • J. H. Stape: "Intimate Friends”: Norman Douglas and Joseph Conrad
  • J. H. Stape: Sketches from the Life: The Conrads in the Diaries of Hugh Walpole
  • Richard Niland: Review of The Cambridge Edition of A Personal Record

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