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'"The Difference Between Us": Conrad, Ford, Wells and the English Novel' (2013)
Journal Article
Dryden, L. (2013). '"The Difference Between Us": Conrad, Ford, Wells and the English Novel'. Studies in the Novel, 45, 214-33

The focus of this paper is H. G. Wells’s brief friendship with Joseph Conrad in the closing years of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth centuries. It was a friendship that would end in resentment, estrangement, and much disagreement ov... Read More about '"The Difference Between Us": Conrad, Ford, Wells and the English Novel'.

Stevenson and popular culture. (2010)
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Dryden, L. (2010). Stevenson and popular culture. NJES : Nordic journal of English studies, 9.3, 11-24

Penguin Editions of Conrad: A Review Essay by Linda Dryden (2009)
Journal Article
Dryden, L. (2009). Penguin Editions of Conrad: A Review Essay by Linda Dryden. English literature in transition, 1880-1920, 52, 196

This is a review essay requested by the Editor of English Literature in Transition. The essay gives an overview of the importance of Joseph Conrad and then discusses the merits of the new Penguin editions of his work.

The Hardys and William Mathie Parker. (2004)
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Dryden, L. (2003). The Hardys and William Mathie Parker. The bibliotheck : a journal of bibliographical notes and queries mainly of Scottish interest, 1, (25-39). ISSN 0006-193X

Joseph Conrad and psychological medicine: a review essay (2004)
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Dryden, L. (2004). Joseph Conrad and psychological medicine: a review essay. Conradiana, 35, 259-67

The essay is a review of Martin Bock's Joseph Conrad and Psychological Medicine that discusses recent approaches to Conrad sudies by way of contextualising Bock's book.

A Note on When the Sleeper Wakes and Heart of Darkness (2004)
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Dryden, L. (2004). A Note on When the Sleeper Wakes and Heart of Darkness. Notes and Queries, 171-174

This article discusses the fact that Heart of Darkness is mentioned in H. G. Wells's When the Sleeper Wakes. It argues that due to publication dates, it would seem that Wells knew about Conrad's story and may well have seen the manuscript.

'The Coming Terror': Well's outcast London and the modern gothic (2003)
Journal Article
Dryden, L. (2003). 'The Coming Terror': Well's outcast London and the modern gothic. Victorian Gothic: Leeds Centre Working Papers in Victorian Studies, 6, 41-55

This paper discusses the gothic tensions in H. G. Wells's The War of the Worlds. It positions a story that is generally regarded as an early work of science fiction within a gothic context.

“To Boldly Go”: Conrad’s Heart of Darkness and popular culture. (2002)
Journal Article
Dryden, L. (2002). “To Boldly Go”: Conrad’s Heart of Darkness and popular culture. Conradiana, 34, 70-149

Conrad's Heart of Darkness (1899) is a text that has consistently resisted analytic closure. That is to say that its relevance to the twentieth century (and now the twenty-first century) is apparent through the allusions to the story in our media and... Read More about “To Boldly Go”: Conrad’s Heart of Darkness and popular culture..

Cultural studies in cyberspace: teaching with new technology. (1998)
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Dryden, L. & Finkelstein, D. (1997). Cultural studies in cyberspace: teaching with new technology. Asynchronous Learning Networks Magazine. 2. . 1-13. . .

A search of the World Wide Web reveals more than a million pages dedicated to culture and/or the study of cultural values. It would be reasonable to assume, therefore, that cyberspace would be a particularly fruitful learning arena for students. This... Read More about Cultural studies in cyberspace: teaching with new technology..