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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Then he walked back and turned about once more . He did this several times
before he noticed that there was somebody occupying one of the benches . The
spot being midway between two lamp - posts the light was faint . The man lolled ...
We exchanged smiles ' ( 65 ) ; “ He turned away from the sideboard with his usual
pleasant , quiet gaze ' ( 72 ) ; ' And then I would know nothing till , some time
between seven and eight , I would feel a touch on my shoulder and look up at ...
Fire ran through his veins , turned his passion to ashes , burnt him out and left
him empty , without force – almost without desire . He let her go before she could
cry out . ( 77 ) If the captain ' s desire evaporates when Alice ceases to fear him ...
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