Heinrich Heine, Joseph Conrad, and Conrad's Fiction by Robert Wilson

By Robert Wilson

an outline of Joseph Conrad's indebtedness to Heinrich Heine of their universal use of allegory to discover the old stages of faith and the impression of recent technological know-how on conventional ideals. Especial realization is paid to Conrad's Rescue, Lord Jim, and storm as well as different of Conrad's works.

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