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March 2024
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This volume of essays - dedicated to the memory of Professor Zdzisław Najder (1930-2021) - is a collective gift made by Conrad scholars from the United States, Canada and Europe. It comprises seventeen essays in English and twelve in Polish (including several texts containing reminiscences of Professor Najder), a bibliography of Professor Najder's publications and an index of names. The essays discuss Joseph Conrad's literary achievements and the ever-relevant questions they continue to raise, as well as drawing attention to Conrad's European (and especially Polish) cultural roots - a field of research that for many years was of particular interest to Zdzisław Najder, who is shown to have been an unforgettable scholar and colleague - known not only for his thorough research into Conrad's life and works, but also for his editorial work, his incisive literary criticism, his noble heart, his sensitivity and his friendly and inspiring approach to students.

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