The Reception of Joseph Conrad in Europe

The Reception of Joseph Conrad in Europe

51 Arturo Pé rez-Reverte, a successful contemporary novelist and a member of the Spanish Royal Academy, ... We Become ) (2012) and Los perros duros no bailan ( Tough Dogs Don't Dance ) (2018), to name but a few (see Ramón García 2018).

Author: Robert Hampson

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781474241106

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 560

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Born and brought up in Poland bilingually in French and Polish but living for most of his professional life in England and writing in English, Joseph Conrad was, from the start, as much a European writer as he was a British one and his work – from his earliest fictions through Heart of Darkness, Nostromo and The Secret Agent to his later novels– has repeatedly been the focal point of discussions about key issues of the modern age. With chapters written by leading international scholars, this book provides a wide-ranging survey of the reception, translation and publication history of Conrad's works across Europe. Covering reviews and critical discussion, and with some attention to adaptations in other media, these chapters situate Conrad's works in their social and political context. The book also includes bibliographies of key translations in each of the European countries covered and a timeline of Conrad's reception throughout the continent.
Categories: Literary Criticism