Sexuality and the Erotic in the Fiction of Joseph Conrad
Awarded third place for The Adam Gillon Book Award in Conrad Studies 2009
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However Greene ' s review does not offer any independent evidence for such
unfaithfulness ; it merely asserts that Jessie Conrad ' s second memoir of her
husband reports such infidelity ( Greene 1969 , 186 ) . And in spite of Greene ' s ...
I quote at length here , because the quoted matter constitutes the sum total of the
textual evidence available to support the claim that the mill owner experiences
sexual desire for Jim . How convincing , how conclusive is this evidence ?
Exactly what sort of ' little games ' have been spoiled by women is not specified ,
but the evidence of the novel supports the view that they may be little games with
younger men . Ironically , in view of his professed hatred of women , Jones ' s ...
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