[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Ford, Introduction to The Sisters, An Unfinished Story, by Joseph Conrad, ed. Ugo Mursia (1928; rpt. Milan: Mursia, 1968), pp. 29, 16
Ford
Introduction
29
The Sisters, An Unfinished Story
1968
2
Henry James (London: Methuen, 1951), p. 281
281
Henry James
1951
Leon Edel, Henry James: The Master, 1901-1916 (Philadelphia and New York: Lippincott, 1972), pp. 54-56
Edel
54
Henry James: The Master, 1901-1916
1972
"Conrad, James and Chance," in Imagined Worlds: Essays on Some English Novels and Novelists in Honour of John Butt, ed. Maynard Mack and Ian Cregor (London: Methuen, 1968), pp. 302-5
Mack
Conrad, James and Chance
302
Imagined Worlds: Essays on Some English Novels and Novelists in Honour of John Butt
1968
3
Letters from Joseph Conrad, 1895-1924, ed. Edward Garnett (London: Nonesuch Press, 1928), pp. 50, 54
Garnett
50
Letters from Joseph Conrad, 1895-1924
1928
4
Conrad to James, 16 Oct. 1896
5
G. Jean-Aubry, Joseph Conrad: Life and Letters, 2 vols. (London: Heinemann, 1927), I, 201, n. 2
Jean-Aubry
201
I
Joseph Conrad: Life and Letters
1927
6
Joseph Conrad, Lettres françaises, ed. G. Jean-Aubry (Paris: Gallimard, 1929), pp. 34, 77
Conrad
34
Lettres françaises
1929
Edel, James: The Master, pp. 47-56
"Conrad, James and Chance," in Imagined Worlds, pp. 301-22
7
Ford Madox Ford, Portraits from Life (1937; rpt. Chicago: H. Regnery, 1960), p. 11
Ford
11
Portraits from Life
1960
8
The Method of Henry James (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1918), p. 233
233
The Method of Henry James
1918
9
W. Y. Tindall, "Apology for Marlow," in From Jane Austen to Joseph Conrad: Essays Collected in Memory of James T. Hillhouse, ed. Robert C. Rathburn and. Martin Steinmann, Jr. (Minneapolis: Univ. of Minnesota Press, 1958), p. 276
Tindall
Apology for Marlow
276
From Jane Austen to Joseph Conrad: Essays Collected in Memory of James T. Hillhouse
1958
10
"James and Conrad," Yale Review, 35 (1945), 265
265
35
Yale Review
1945
11
Youth, a Narrative, and Two Other Stories, Collected Edition of the Works of Joseph Conrad (London: Dent, 1946), p. 3
Conrad
3
Youth, a Narrative, and Two Other Stories
1946
12
Ford Madox Ford, Joseph Conrad: A Personal Remembrance (London: Duck- -worth, 1924), pp. 160-61
Ford
160
Joseph Conrad: A Personal Remembrance
1924
13
Thomas C. Moser, "From Olive Garnett's Diary: Impressions of Ford Madox Ford and His Friends, 1890-1906," Texas Studies in Literature and Language, 16 (1974), 525
Moser
525
16
Texas Studies in Literature and Language
1974
14
"Henry James: An Appreciation," Notes on Life and Letters, Collected Edition (London: Dent, 1949), pp. 18-19
Henry James: An Appreciation
18
Notes on Life and Letters
1949
15
Henry James, The Art of the Novel, ed. Richard P. Blackmur (New York: Scribner's, 1934), p. 5
James
5
The Art of the Novel
1934
16
Elsa Nettels's fine recent study, James and Conrad (Athens: Univ. of Georgia Press, 1977), pp. 62-65
Nettels
62
James and Conrad
1977
17
The Turn of the Novel (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1966), p. 99
99
The Turn of the Novel
1966
18
"Henry James and Rémy de Gourmont," Make it New: Essays by Ezra Pound (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1935), p. 287
Henry James and Rémy de Gourmont
287
Make it New: Essays by Ezra Pound
1935
19
The Ambassadors, in The Art of the Novel, p. 321
20
Michel Raimond, La Crise du roman: Des lendemains du Naturalisme aux années vingt (Paris: Corti, 1966), pp. 2543
Raimond
25
La Crise du roman: Des lendemains du Naturalisme aux années vingt
1966
21
E. Dawson, 12 Dec.1902, in Joseph Conrad: Life and Letters, I, 308
Dawson
12 Dec.
308
I
Joseph Conrad: Life and Letters
1902
22
Tzvetan Todorov, "Connaissance du vide," Nouvelle revue de psychanalyse," No. 11 (1975), 145-54
Todorov
11
145
Nouvelle revue de psychanalyse
1975
23
Zdzislaw Najder, Introd. to Conrad's Polish Background: Letters to and from Polish Friends, ed. Zdzislaw Najder, trans. Halina Carroll (London: Oxford Univ. Press, 1964), pp. 16-17
Najder
Introd.
16
Conrad's Polish Background: Letters to and from Polish Friends
1964
24
William Blackwood, 14 Feb. 1899, Joseph Conrad: Letters to William Blackwood and David S. Meldrum, ed. William Blackburn (Durham, N.C.: Duke Univ. Press, 1958), p. 55
Blackwood
55
Joseph Conrad: Letters to William Blackwood and David S. Meldrum
1958
25
Joseph Conrad: Some Aspects of the Art of the Novel (New York: Russell and Russell, 1963), p. 73
73
Joseph Conrad: Some Aspects of the Art of the Novel
1963
26
Norman Sherry, Conrad's Western World (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1971), pp. 122-24
Sherry
122
Conrad's Western World
1971
27
"Karain: A Memory," Tales of Unrest, Collected Edition (London: Dent, 1947), p. 52
Karain: A Memory
52
Tales of Unrest
1947
28
Edel, pp. 54-55
Roger Ramsey, "The Available and the Unavailable 'I': Conrad and James," English Literature in Transition, 14 (1971), 13745
Ramsey
137
14
English Literature in Transition
1971
Mrs. Bontine, 22 Nov.1898, Joseph Conrad: Life and Letters, I, 256
Bontine
22 Nov.
256
I
Joseph Conrad: Life and Letters
1898
29
Notes on Novelists, with Some Other Notes (New York: Scribner's, 1914), pp. 347, 350-S1
347
Notes on Novelists, with Some Other Notes
1914
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