This highly original study opens up a new dimension to Joseph
Conrad by revealing his lifelong fascination with the popular
culture of his day. Drawing on original archival materials and
treating subjects as diverse as Bovril advertising, spirit
photography, sea shanties, global tourism, and the new sport of
speed-walking, it shows how Conrad's fiction makes a sustained
response to early-twentieth-century popular culture and will be of
interest to all students, scholars and enthusiasts of Conrad.
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