An indispensable resource both to Conrad specialists and to students of literary Modernism, this four-volume set charts the contemporary reception of the writer's works in the English-speaking world. The reviews cover all of Conrad's writings from Almayer's Folly (1895) to the posthumously published Last Essays (1926).
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'Complementing the superb Cambridge editions of [Conrad's] works and letters, this collection of Anglophone reviews of his works is a very welcome addition to the long-term commitment that Cambridge University Press has made to Conrad studies. It is a great credit to CUP that it has made possible a formidable body of finely researched and authoritative editions. Ideally read alongside his essays and letters, these volumes complement the work that [the Press] has already published on Conrad in recent decades. They should appeal to Conrad scholars and general readers alike.' Anthony Fothergill, Review 19 (nbol-19.org)Über den Autor:
Allan H. Simmons is Professor of English Literature at St Mary's University College, Twickenham.
John G. Peters is Professor of English at the University of North Texas.
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