L'Epoque conradienne vol. 37
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The essays published in this volume are a selection of papers given at the conference co-organised by the Société Conradienne Française and the Joseph Conrad Society (UK) which took place at the University of Versailles St-Quentin and the Polish Library in Paris on September 14-17, 2010.
“Literary influence travels by many routes, all of them indirect”, as Gene M. Moore wrote, and it is some of these routes that this volume proposes to follow. The question of Conrad’s literary sources and influences, as well as that of his own influence on later generations of writers have been the object of numerous scholarly publications; and yet, although this seems to be already a well-travelled road, the essays collected here show that there is still much to explore along the way.
The French Voice of Joseph Conrad
Seduction by story in Flaubert and Conrad
The margins of visibility: Pierre Loti and Joseph Conrad
Conrad, Ford, Wells and Modernism
Dyotopia and Reenchantment: Conrad in World Literature
The Uses of Orality in Modernist Fiction: Conrad’s Lord Jim and Faulkner’s Absalom, Absalom!
Silencing Conrad? From post-modern icon to parody
Conrad and Sebald: Aspects of Narrative Perspective and Exile