Under Western Eyes


  1. ^ a b Gary Adelman (2001). Retelling Dostoyevsky. Bucknell University Press (Rosemont Publishing & Printing). ISBN 0-8387-5473-2. 
  2. ^ A. Michael Matin; Joseph Conrad (2003). "Introduction". Heart of Darkness and Selected Short Fiction. Barnes & Noble Classics. p. xxvii. ISBN 9781593080211. 
  3. ^ Yann Tholoniat (2007). Calculated outbursts: exploding the concept of character in Joseph Conrad's Under Western Eyes. Hommage à Sylvère Monod (Montpellier: Presses Universitaires de la Méditerranée). pp. 443–460. 
  4. ^ Michael John DiSanto, Under Conrad's Eyes: The Novel as Criticism, p132, citing The Collected Letters of Joseph Conrad, vol IV, p489
  5. ^ Baldwin, Debra Romanick (June 22, 2000). "Politics, Martyrdom and the Legend of Saint Thekla in 'Under Western Eyes'". Conradiana. High Beam Research. Retrieved April 23, 2015. 
  6. ^ The Collected Letters of Joseph Conrad, vol. III, p.513.
  7. ^ The Collected Letters of Joseph Conrad, vol. IV, p.321, note 1.
  8. ^ Jessie Conrad (November 3, 2006) [1935]. Joseph Conrad and his Circle. E. P. Dutton & Co. p. 143. 
  9. ^ Najder, Zdzislaw; Halina Carroll-Najder (November 15, 2007). Joseph Conrad: A Life (Studies in English and American Literature and Culture). Camden House. p. 140. 
  10. ^ Conrad, Joseph (1920). "Under Western Eyes". Author's Note
  11. ^ The Collected Letters of Joseph Conrad, vol. V, p.70, vol. VII, p.615
  12. ^ Norman Sherry, ed. (1973). Conrad: The Critical Heritage. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. p. 234. 

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