Originally published in 1941, this book provides a brief study of the life and work of Joseph Conrad ('Poland's English genius') through the lens of his writings. Bradbrook divides Conrad's stories by three main themes: the wonders of the deep, the hollow men and recollections in tranquillity, in order to show Conrad's literary development. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Conrad's writings.
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The Wonders of the Deep
The Hollow Men
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Almayer Amy Foster Antony’s appears Arlette Arrow of Gold Author’s Note betrayal Chance characters Charles Gould cloud conﬁdence corruption Crankshaw death difﬁcult Dominic Cervoni Dr Monygham dramatise E. M. Forster earth emotions Falk Familiar Preface fate fears feeling ﬁdelity ﬁelds ﬁgure ﬁnal ﬁnd ﬁne ﬁnished ﬁre ﬁrst ﬁts ﬂames Flora ﬂow Freya Gustaf Morf Heart of Darkness Henry James heroism Heyst honour horror immobility irony J. M. Dent Joseph Conrad justiﬁcation Kurtz Leggatt Lena living looked Lord Jim magniﬁcent man’s Marlow mate material interests mind Narcissus never Nigger novels one’s ostromo passage passion perhaps Personal Record Peyrol pity Poland Polish Heritage Powell Razumov reader Réal reﬂections Rover sailor Sampson Low scene Secret Agent Secret Sharer sense Seven Isles Shadow Line ship ship’s crew short stories simple Smile of Fortune tale Tether theme tion Twiwt Land Typhoon Verloc Victory Western Eyes writing Youth