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" I see well enough, now that I hoped for the impossible — for the laying of what is the most obstinate ghost of man's creation, of the uneasy doubt uprising like a mist, secret and gnawing like a worm, and more chilling than the certitude of death —... "
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Pągina 542
1899
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Lord Jim: A Romance

Joseph Conrad - 1900 - 392 pągines
...moustaches, looked fine and calm on the pillow, like the head of a war-worn soldier with a childlike soul, had it not been for a hint of spectral alarm...thing that breeds yelling panics and good little quiet villanies ; it's the true shadow of calamity. Did I believe in a miracle ? and why did I desire it...
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Lord Jim: A Romance

Joseph Conrad - 1903 - 392 pągines
...cause, some merciful explanation, some convincing shadow of an excuse. I see well enough now that 1 hoped for the impossible — for the laying of what...thing that breeds yelling panics and good little quiet villanies ; it's the true shadow of calamity. Did I believe in a miracle ? and why did I desire it...
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Lord Jim

Joseph Conrad - 1905 - 392 pągines
...find that something, some profound and redeeming cause, some merciful explanation^epme conI vincing shadow of an excuse. I see well enough now that I...thing that breeds yelling panics and good little quiet villanies ; it's the true shadow of calamity. Did I believe in a miracle ? and why did I desire it...
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Lord Jim

Joseph Conrad - 1920 - 417 pągines
...creation, of the f uneasy doubt uprising .like a mist, secret and gnawing ' like a worm, and more shilling than the certitude of death— the doubt of the sovereign...against; it is the thing that breeds yelling panics and gocd little quiet villainies; it's the true shadow of calamity. Did I believe in a miracle? and why...
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Joseph Conrad: The Major Phase

Jacques Berthoud, Emeritus Professor of English and Related Literature Jacques Berthoud - 1978 - 191 pągines
...Marlow, even the shadow of mistrust in 'the sovereign power enthroned in a fixed standard of conduct ... is the hardest thing to stumble against; it is the...quiet villainies; it's the true shadow of calamity' (pp. 50-1). That this is scarcely exaggerated is demonstrated by the fate of Brierly, the captain whom...
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Conrad in the Nineteenth Century

Ian Watt - 1981 - 375 pągines
...convincing shadow of an excuse" for Jim's actions. But now Marlow sees thai it was much more than that: "I see well enough now that I hoped for the impossible...sovereign power enthroned in a fixed standard of conduct." Marlow's doubt here about the ultimate basis of the social and moral order is of much the same general...
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On Moral Personhood: Philosophy, Literature, Criticism, and Self-Understanding

Richard Eldridge, Richard Thomas Eldridge - 1989 - 210 pągines
...solicitous. He invites Jim to dinner and lets him talk. Marlow's efforts to allay through attention to Jim "the doubt of the sovereign power enthroned in a fixed standard of conduct" and to understand his own personhood assume the form of his repeatedly asserting to himself, and to...
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Joseph Conrad and the Fictions of Skepticism

Mark Wollaeger - 1990 - 284 pągines
...laments the impossibility of ever laying to rest "the most obstinate ghost of man's creation . . . the doubt of the sovereign power enthroned in a fixed standard of conduct" (1/50, emphasis mine). Through Marlow, Conrad resists the notion that the social and moral orders exist...
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Conrad's Fiction as Critical Discourse

Richard Ambrosini - 1991 - 253 pągines
...excuse." At the time of his storytelling he is aware of how impossible his task was, "the laying of ... the doubt of the sovereign power enthroned in a fixed standard of conduct" (5o). He concedes that he was looking for a miracle; but, he asks, "why did I desire it so ardently?"...
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Rich and Strange: Gender, History, Modernism

Marianne DeKoven - 1991 - 248 pągines
...makes Jim "one of us" — and also the bankruptcy and spuriousness of that code: he raises for Marlow "the doubt of the sovereign power enthroned in a fixed standard of conduct" (italics added). He carries an exaggerated defense of this masculine standard with him as he drifts...
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