(2010). Geneva v. St Petersburg: two concepts of literary property and the material lives of books in Under Western Eyes.
In: Weedon, Alexis ed.
The History of the Book in the West: 1914-2000.
The History of the Book in the West: A Library of Critical Essays, 5 (5).
This chapter examines the impact of the development of international copyright law in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries upon authorial practice in the period through a close examination of Joseph Conrad's novel, 'Under Western Eyes' (1911). The first half of the chapter provides a detailed survey and critical commentary on the expanding domain and extent of international copyright law in this period, while the second half offers a close examination of the textual matter (and its copyright status) circulating within Conrad's novel.
||This chapter was originally published in the journal 'Book History', 10 (2007), 169-191, DOI: 10.1353/bh.2007.0010.
||international copyright law; Joseph Conrad; Under Western Eyes; Geneva; St Petersburg; Anglo-American publishing; The Chace Act; censorship in Russia; serialisation; the history of reading
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