The Complete Tales of Joseph Conrad is a series of tutorials and guidance notes on all the shorter fiction of Joseph Conrad. The stories are commonly given the name ‘tales’ or ‘shorter fiction’ because hardly any of them are now what would be considered traditional short stories. Some of them were originally published as serials in magazines, as was common with novels at the end of the nineteenth century. Indeed, one or two (such as The Secret Sharer and The Shadow Line) are now commonly regarded as novellas. The series is shown here in alphabetical order.
A Smile of Fortune — (1911)
Amy Foster — (1901)
An Anarchist — (1906)
An Outpost of Progress — (1897)
Because of the Dollars — (1915)
Falk: A Reminiscence — (1903)
Freya of the Seven Isles — (1912)
Gaspar Ruiz — (1906)
Il Conde — (1908)
Karain: A Memory — (1897)
Prince Roman — (1911)
The Black Mate — (1908)
The Brute — (1906)
The Duel — (1908)
The End of the Tether — (1902)
The Idiots — (1896)
The Informer — (1906)
The Inn of the Two Witches — (1915)
The Lagoon — (1897)
The Partner — (1915)
The Planter of Malata — (1915)
The Return — (1898)
The Secret Sharer — (1910)
The Shadow Line — (1917)
The Tale — (1917)
The Warrior’s Soul — (1917)
To-Morrow — (1902)
Typhoon — (1902)
Youth — (1898)
Joseph Conrad web links
Joseph Conrad at Mantex
Biography, tutorials, book reviews, study guides, videos, web links.
Joseph Conrad – his greatest novels and novellas
Brief notes introducing his major works in recommended editions.
Joseph Conrad at Project Gutenberg
A major collection of free eTexts in a variety of formats.
Joseph Conrad at Wikipedia
Biography, major works, literary career, style, politics, and further reading.
Joseph Conrad at the Internet Movie Database
Adaptations for the cinema and television – in various languages. Full details of directors and actors, production notes, box office, trivia, and quizzes.
Works by Joseph Conrad
Large online database of free HTML texts, digital scans, and eText versions of novels, stories, and occasional writings.
The Joseph Conrad Society (UK)
Conradian journal, reviews. and scholarly resources.
The Joseph Conrad Society of America
American-based – recent publications, journal, awards, conferences.
Hyper-Concordance of Conrad’s works
Locate a word or phrase – in the context of the novel or story.
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