NarrativesThe Short-Story and the Novel Relatives in Cider With Rosie by Laurie LeeLord Jim by Joseph ConradLord Jim by Joseph Conrad : "A free and wandering tale" Lord Jim : How is Conrad's first-hand experience of seamanship perceptible throughout the Patna episode ?Macbeth by ShakespeareIntroduction to Macbeth Political questions......more
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Lord Jim : How is Conrad’s first-hand experience of seamanship perceptible throughout the Patna episode ?
Conrad was a sailor and gave us a flavour of seamanship: read ch1-20, there are segments which should not be missed. In Youth (1828), Conrad wrote a fiction based on his first-hand experience as first mate on board a ship called the "Palestine". He was directly......more
Introduction"A free and wandering tale" about "the acute consciousness of lost honour". Lord Jim is not a simple book that could be called novel: this is too reductive. From a technical point of view it is an idealistic image, a Jamesonian novel. Conrad tries to innovate......more