Journeys, Myths and the Age of Travel: Joseph Conrad’s Era
|Title:||Journeys, Myths and the Age of Travel: Joseph Conrad’s Era|
|Publisher:||University of Karlskrona/Ronneby|
|Organization:||Blekinge Institute of Technology|
|Department:||Dept. of the Humanities (Institutionen för humaniora)
Dept. of Humanities S-371 79 Karlskrona
+46 455 780 00
|Abstract:||This critical collection, edited by Karin Hansson, contains papers given at an international conference organized by the Department of Humanities of the University of Karlskrona/Ronneby, Sweden in September 1997.
To academic teachers and students with an interest in colonial of postcolonial studies, Joseph Conrad’s writing is central, historically, generically, and symbolically. The studies show how his oeuvre constitutes a common frame of
reference internationally and how it relates in various ways to a number of writers, from his contemporaries to those of today.
Illustrating the scope and variety of today’s criticism, the contributions deal with works from different phases of Conrad’s writing career, including his shorter fiction and novels as well as non-fiction.
|Keywords:||postcolonial studies, literary criticism|
|Note:||Contributors: Jeremy Hawthorn, Jakob Lothe, Wanda Perczak, Yasuko Shidara, J. Gill Holland, Philippe Birgy, A M. de Lange, Monika Majewska, Jane Mattisson, Mona Pers, Marie Arndt, Anna Forssberg Malm, Tim Youngs and Victor Kennedy This book is for sale! Purchasing Information: Contact Peter Linde at the University Press, or the editor. Price: 300SEK, £20 or 35 USD|