Conrad in the Nineteenth Century

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University of California Press, Jun 29, 1981 - Literary Criticism - 375 pages
New scholarship concerning the life of the British novelist augments a critical study of Conrad's early literary development that examines his work in light of nineteenth-century social ethics and such movements as Romanticism and Symbolism
 

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Contents

Annotation and Abbreviations xv
11
18571894 1
11
Almayers Folly
34
and Characterisation
55
The Nigger of the Narcissus
68
Heart of Darkness
126
Critical Perspectives
168
Lord Jim
254
The Roles of Time and Narrative
286
Jim and Marlow
310
Epilogue
357
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Ian Watt was a literary critic, literary historian and professor of English at Stanford University.

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