Conrad’s Narrative Voice: Stylistic Aspects of His Fiction
In Conrad’s Narrative Voice Werner Senn undertakes a close study of Joseph Conrad’s verbal style, drawing on linguistic stylistics and discourse analysis. He shows how an oral narrative voice informs all textual levels to convey Conrad’s sceptical, even pessimistic worldview.
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