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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Clearly Pasquale recognizes the Count and treats him with the respect that his
rank and his money require . But why the cynical searching expression of his
eyes ? Should we perhaps be warned that something other than the obvious is
I am afraid my behaviour to the Steward became very rough indeed . But it wasn '
t in him to face out anything or anybody . Drug habit or solitary tippling , perhaps .
And when I forgot myself so far as to swear at him he broke down and began to ...
... the land , then there is nothing between them . But perhaps ' land ' and ' sea '
are not absolute , all - embracing terms ; perhaps there are areas such as the
harbour that are both land and sea ; and perhaps there is also an area ' Twixt
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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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