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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Does not his manner suggest that Pasquale is prepared to offer some less - than
- respectable service to the Count , and is looking to see if it would be welcomed
? When Pasquale hears the Count ' s question , he effectively warns the Count ...
... Marlow ' s reaction is triggered by the word ' love ' suggests that the implied but
rejected meaning is sexual in nature . ... laughing aloud ' in response to Captain
Giles ' s comment in The Shadow - Line ) may suggest that it involves love of a ...
Even so , Conrad ' s apparent recollection and adaptation of Maupassant ' s
graphic description suggests that it impressed him strongly enough to stick in his
memory . It is also worth noting that although the passage from Lord Jim is less ...
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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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