Short Tales of Joseph Conrad

Adaptations

A number of works in various genres and media have been based on, or inspired by, Conrad's writings, including:

Films

  • Victory (1919), directed by Maurice Tourneur
  • Lord Jim (1925), directed by Victor Fleming
  • Niebezpieczny raj (Dangerous Paradise, 1930), a Polish adaptation of Victory
  • Dangerous Paradise (1930), an adaptation of Victory directed by William Wellman
  • Sabotage (1936), adapted from Conrad's The Secret Agent, directed by Alfred Hitchcock
  • Victory (1940), featuring Fredric March
  • An Outcast of the Islands (1952), featuring Trevor Howard
  • Lord Jim (1965), starring Peter O'Toole
  • The Rover (1967), adaptation of the novel The Rover (1923), directed by Terence Young, featuring Anthony Quinn
  • La ligne d'ombre(1973), a TV adaptation of The Shadow Line by Georges Franju
  • Smuga cienia (The Shadow Line, 1976), a Polish-British adaptation of The Shadow Line, directed by Andrzej Wajda
  • The Duellists (1977), an adaptation of The Duel by Ridley Scott
  • Apocalypse Now (1979), by Francis Ford Coppola, adapted from Heart of Darkness
  • Un reietto delle isole (1980), by Giorgio Moser, an Italian adaptation of An Outcast of the Islands, starring Maria Carta
  • Victory (1995), adapted by director Mark Peploe from the novel
  • The Secret Agent (1996), starring Bob Hoskins, Patricia Arquette and Gérard Depardieu
  • Nostromo (1997), a BBC TV adaptation, co-produced with Italian and Spanish TV networks and WGBH Boston
  • Swept from the Sea (1997), an adaptation of Amy Foster directed by Beeban Kidron
  • Gabrielle (2005) directed by Patrice Chéreau. Adaptation of the short story "The Return" (1898), starring Isabelle Huppert and Pascal Greggory.
  • Hanyut (2011), a Malaysian adaptation of Almayer's Folly
  • Almayer's Folly (2011), directed by Chantal Akerman

Operas

  • Heart of Darkness (2011), a chamber opera in one act by Tarik O'Regan, with an English-language libretto by artist Tom Phillips.

Orchestral works

  • Suite from Heart of Darkness (2013) for orchestra and narrator by Tarik O'Regan, extrapolated from the 2011 opera of the same name.[59]

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