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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And Conrad himself on the subject of sex was so exceptionally discreet in an old
- world way that his reticence has occasionally provoked suspicion : was the
erotic side of life closed to him entirely ? Did he suffer from some abnormality or ...
He addressed me first , over the celebrated Resting Hermes which we had been
looking at side by side . He said the right things about that wholly admirable
piece . Nothing profound . His taste was natural rather than cultivated . He had ...
In the final paragraph of this chapter Marlow notes that : He was white from head
to foot , and remained persistently visible with the stronghold of the night at his
back , the sea at his feet , the opportunity by his side – still veiled . What do you ...
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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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