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He himself never laid a claim to that distinction. His detachment was too great to
make any claims big or small on one's credulity. I will not say where I met him
because I fear to give my readers a wrong impression, since a marked
I never saw him again because I believe he went straight on board a mail-boat
which left within the hour for other ports of call in the direction of Aspinall. Mr.
Jones's characteristic insolence belongs to another man of a quite different type.
But he never did that. Afraid of mosquitoes, very likely. Neither was he ever
tempted by the silence to address any casual remarks to the companion glow of
the volcano. He was not mad. Queer chap— yes, that may have been said, and in
He was tall and lantern-jawed, and clean-shaven, and looked like a barrister who
had thrown his wig to the dogs. We used to remonstrate with him: "You will never
see any of your advances if you go on like this, Morrison." He would put on a ...
Morrison never had any spare cash in hand. With his system of trading it would
have been strange if he had; and all these debts entered in the pocketbook
weren't good enough to raise a mUrei on— let alone a shilling. The Portuguese ...
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Conrad managed to develop characters, imperfect, that all drove themselves forward on their own agendas to the story's conclusion- facilitating and enabling it along the way. He manages to keep the ... Read full review
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