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582. Conrad and Woolf: Crossing the Boundaries of Fiction

Saturday, 5 January, 3:30–4:45 p.m., Republic Ballroom, Sheraton

Program arranged by the Joseph Conrad Society of America and the International Virginia Woolf Society

Presiding: Kathryn Simpson, Univ. of Birmingham

1. "Secrets, Shadows, and the Sea: Cross-Constructive Selfhood in Woolf's The Voyage Out and Conrad's The Shadow-Line," Aaron Percich, West Virginia Univ., Morgantown

2. "Modernist Lighthouses and Woolf's Refraction of Conrad's Narrative Optics," Susan Cook, Southern New Hampshire Univ.

3. "Indifference, Autocracy, War: Ethical Interventions in Conrad and Woolf," Rachel Hollander, Saint John's Univ., Notre Dame Coll.

Responding: Debra Romanick Baldwin, Univ. of Dallas


  • British Literature – Twentieth and Twenty-First Century

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