9 edition of Letters to William Blackwood and David S. Meldrum. found in the catalog.
Letters to William Blackwood and David S. Meldrum.
|Statement||Edited by William Blackburn.|
|Contributions||Blackwood, William, 1836-1912., Meldrum, David Storrar, 1865-|
|LC Classifications||PR6005.O4 Z5335|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||209|
|LC Control Number||58012588|
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Baxter Katherine Isobel Baxter, ‘Conrad’s Application to the British Museum: An Unpublished Letter’, The Conradian, (), 79–84 Blackburn William Blackburn, ed., Joseph Conrad: Letters to William Blackwood and David S. Meldrum. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, Bock () Martin Bock, ‘“What has happened to poor Tebb?”:File Size: KB. Joseph Conrad (). Polish born, learnt English from scratch when he arrived in Britain. Writings include: Heart of Darkness, The Secret Agent, Nostromo. Volume covers the period - Includes Conrad's responses to his critics. New correspondents in Volume II include an expanding number of business contacts: J. B. Pinker and C. K. Shorter, along with continuing correspondence with S. S. Pawling, William Blackwood, Fisher Unwin, and David Meldrum. Also introduced are Conrad's first extant letters to .
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedEdinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, pages. Contents pages pdf present. Cover has wear and soiling. Some page soiling and discoloration. Index not present. Blackwood's Magazine was a British magazine more.Author: David Storrar Meldrum Book binding: Hardcover Publisher: William Blackwood & Sons Year of publication: Condition: GOOD.
Description. pages. No dust jacket. Green cloth. Contains 32 advertising pages to rear. Moderate tanning to pages, with occasional thumbing throughout. Heavy tanning and foxing to text block Rating: % positive.Cambridge Core - Ebook Literature - Conrad, Language, and Narrative - by Michael Greaney Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.
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