Additional Resources for Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

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Peter J Glassman, Language and Being. Joseph Conrad and the Literature of Personality, Colombia University Press, 1976.

Chapter 6 develops a philosophically tinged argument about the relation between language and death in Heart of Darkness.

Eloise Knapp Hay, The Political Novels of Joseph Conrad, Chicago University Press, 1963, pp. 107-161.

The author relates the political component of Heart of Darkness to its stylistic techniques.

Douglas Hewitt, Conrad, A Reassessment, Bowes, 1952. Chapter 2 treats Heart of Darkness together with the other early tales which also have Marlow as their narrator.

Stephen K Land, Paradox and Polarity in the Fiction of Joseph Conrad, St. Martin's Press, 1984.

A 311-page book in which Stephen Land takes a critical look at several of Conrad's works, including Heart of Darkness and Nostrorno Land pays particular attention to an examination of the Conradian hero.

Bernard Meyer, Joseph Conrad. A Psychoanalytic BIOgraPhY, Princeton University Press, 1967, pp. 168-...

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