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作者:Jeffrey Meyers
来源:[J].English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, 2019, Vol.62 (1), pp.95-117Project MUSE
摘要:Abstract: Conrad inspired seven memoirs, published between 1926 and 1981, by his wife Jessie, his two sons (Borys and John) and three colleagues who knew him well: Ford Madox Ford, Richard Curle, and Joseph Retinger. Their viewpoints range from reverence and awe to condescension ...
作者:John Peters
来源:[J].English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, 2019, Vol.62 (1), pp.137-139Project MUSE
作者:R. Jackson Marshall
来源:[J].English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, 2019, Vol.62 (2), pp.173-185Project MUSE
摘要:Abstract: This article details the North Carolina Museum of History's "North Carolina and World War I" (8 April 2017–6 January 2019) exhibition. It was not just about North Carolinians, nor was it a traditional museum presentation with artifacts in glass cases and didac...
作者:Rosalind Newman
来源:[J].English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, 2019, Vol.62 (1), pp.28-52Project MUSE
摘要:Abstract: Bram Stoker's Ireland is a curious place, at once utopia and dystopia. The Snake's Pass (1890) is his only full-length novel to be set in Ireland (along with "The Man from Shorrox," 1894, and "A New Departure in Art," 1908) but echoes of his homeland are evide...
作者:Jad Adams
来源:[J].English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, 2019, Vol.62 (2), pp.206-243Project MUSE
摘要:Abstract: Netta Syrett is a neglected writer of the 1890s, undeservedly so because of the range of her literary associations, her involvement with The Yellow Book from its inception to its end, and the quality of her work. She wrote thirty-eight novels and twenty children's ...

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