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Joseph Conrad (Teodor Josef Konrad Nalecz
Joseph Conrad: A Chronology of His Life and Work (1857-1924)
The Initial Publication Context of Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness in Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine ('Maga'): February, March, and April, 1899 Philip V. Allingham, Contributing Editor, Victorian Web; Faculty of Education, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario
"Africa and Africans in Heart of Darkness,"(lecture) (1996) Candice Bradley Lawrence University
"Achebe on Racism in Heart of Darkness" (Victorian Web) Rachel Teisch '94, English 32, 1990
White Lies and Whited Sepulchres in Conrad's Heart of Darkness
Newman on the
Heart of Darkness An adaptation for independent radio. By Tim Crook, August 1989.
Apocrypha Now: A Comic Strip Inspired by Heart of Darkness
The Conradian, a literary journal devoted to Conrad and his worksThe Kodak vs. the King, the Congo Reform Association's use of photographic evidence of atrocities in its campaign against King Leopold's rule of the Congo Free State.
Reforming the Heart of Darkness: The Congo Reform Movement in England and the United States, analysis and publications by the movement formed to protest the brutal colonial regime established in the Congo Free State by King Leopold of Belgium. Includes writings by Booker T. Washington, Mark Twain, Arthur Conan Doyle and others.The Black Man's Burden: The White Man in Africa from the Fifteenth Century to World War I, E. D. Morel's 1920 study of the devastating impact of European interventions and colonialism in Africa, including chapters on the Congo Free State and the French Congo.
King Leopold's Soliloquy: A Defense of His Congo Rule (1905) by Mark Twain