Albert J. Guerard
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Who is Albert J. Guerard?
Albert J. Guerard: Albert Joseph Guerard was an American critic, novelist, and professor. He was born in Houston, Texas, and educated at Stanford University, and Harvard University,.
- also known as Albert Guerard, Albert Joseph Guerard
- born on (101 years ago) in Houston
- nationality: United States of America
- died on (15 years ago) in Palo Alto
- written works: "The hotel in the jungle", "Robert Bridges", "Le temps nous accompagne", "The triumph of the novel", "Conrad the novelist", "Prosateurs américains du xxe siècle", "Maquisard", "The exiles", "The bystander", "Stories of the double", "Thomas Hardy, the novels and stories", "The personal voice", "Christine/Annette", "Gabrielle", "André Gide", "The hunted", "Hardy", "Joseph Conrad", "The past must alter", "Night journey", "Thomas Hardy", "The touch of time"
- award: - Guggenheim Fellowship for Humanities, US & Canada (Literary Criticism)
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by M K Bhatnagar
Albert J. Guerard, Conrad the Novelist (Cambridge : Havard University Press, 1958), pp. 218-31.
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