Additional Resources for Lord Jim by Joseph Conrad

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Coundouriotis, Eleni, Claiming History: Colonialism, Ethnography, and the Novel, Columbia University Press, 1999.

This book discusses the comparative arguments on how African writing and ethnography helped to shape colonial cultures, novel writing, and postcolonial ideology.

Secor, Robert, Joseph Conrad and American Writers, Greenwood Publishing Group, 1985.

This book discusses the link between Conrad and the American writers he has influenced, including modern-day writers. It also includes a chapter on how film directors have portrayed Conrad's work. Throughout, the study records an extensive amount of bibliographic information for significant references.

Stape, J. H., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Joseph Conrad, Cambridge Companions to Literature series, Cambridge University Press, 1996.

This comprehensive book on Joseph Conrad, including a biography about his life and essays about his major works, is a great general introduction to Conrad and his art. There is also a bibliography included that is a good source of additional readings on...

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