Conrad's Eastern World, Volume 10

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Cambridge University Press, 1966 - Literary Criticism - 340 pages
A book for those interested in Conrad's life and work and/or literary detection convincingly performed. Professor Sherry establishes how well Conrad knew the East and how the original material he garnered there was supplemented from other sources; he also shows what Conrad made of his experiences, thus revealing clearly what the artist's own contribution was.

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Contents

The Conditions of Conrads Active Life
1
The Eastern Seas
16
LORD JIM the first part
39
That Scandal of the Eastern Seas
41
The Flesh and Blood Individual
65
LORD JIM the second part ALMAYERS FOLLY AN OUTCAST OF THE ISLANDS
87
The Rajah Laut
89
An Eastern River 19
119
Exact Autobiography
209
First Command
211
Conrads Predecessor on the Otago
218
The Delay in Bangkok
228
The Gulf of Siam
246
The Basic Fact
253
Justice to the Visible Universe
270
A An unpublished Conrad letter
295

Dull Wise Books
139
THE END OF THE TETHER
171
Singapore
173
The Deputy Neptune and the Arab Shipowner
195
Lingards journeys on the Coeran and West Indian
312
F Part of a letter from the Chief Mate of the Otago
319
Index
333
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