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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... the principle that only a strength that can survive violence deserves our
approval or esteem ? ' ( 32 ) . The point is not invalid , but it skates over the fact
that the tale opens with the narrator and the Count meeting while gazing at the
statue of ...
( 270 ) If knowing critics of the tale make much of the fact that the Count himself
chooses to sit at the same table as the seated young man who later robs him in
the dark alley , what are we to make of the fact that after meeting through their ...
If we ask what amuses Marlow , and what the Russian believes that Marlow '
thinks ' , then the fact that Marlow ' s reaction is triggered by the word ' love '
suggests that the implied but rejected meaning is sexual in nature . And although
the two ...
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Closeted characters and cloistered critics in Il Conde
The exotic and the erotic in An Outcast of the Islands
The erotics of cruelty in A Smile of Fortune
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