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" I tell you I ought to know the right kind of looks. I would have trusted the deck to that youngster on the strength of a single glance, and gone to sleep with both eyes — and, by Jove ! it wouldn't have been safe. There are depths of horror in that... "
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Pągina 539
1899
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Lord Jim: A Romance

Joseph Conrad - 1900 - 417 pągines
...was heavy, and I have glowed all day long and gone to bed feeling less lonely in the world by virtue of that hearty thump. Don't I remember the little...deck to that youngster on the strength of a single glance^~and gone to steep with both eyes — and, by Jove! it wouldn't have been safe. There are depths...
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On Moral Personhood: Philosophy, Literature, Criticism, and Self-Understanding

Richard Eldridge, Richard Thomas Eldridge - 1989 - 210 pągines
...entering the port, walking along the quay toward the harbor office, Marlow is struck by Jim's looks: "I tell you I ought to know the right kind of looks....safe. There are depths of horror in that thought" (28). Jim's appearance immediately places him in "the forefront of his kind" (57) as regards a capacity...
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Joseph Conrad and the Fictions of Skepticism

Mark Wollaeger - 1990 - 284 pągines
...stable opposition. Jim is the locus of that anxiety, for though he appears to be an exemplary sailor ("I would have trusted the deck to that youngster on the strength of a single glance"), his jump from the Patna betrays that image. In a classic crisis of radical skepticism, "depths of horror"...
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Conrad's Fiction as Critical Discourse

Richard Ambrosini - 1991 - 253 pągines
...quality - rather than using him "to make [us] see." The most damning consideration Marlow makes is: "I would have trusted the deck to that youngster on...safe. There are depths of horror in that thought" (45). Thus, Marlow's first encounter with Jim brings his own projections to the surface. The crime...
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Lord Jim

Joseph Conrad - 1993 - 307 pągines
...was heavy, and I have glowed all day long and gone to bed feeling less lonely in the world by virtue of that hearty thump. Don't I remember the little...strength of a single glance, and gone to sleep with bodi eyes - and, by Jove! it wouldn't have been safe. He looked as genuine as a new sovereign, but...
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Solitude Versus Solidarity in the Novels of Joseph Conrad: Political and ...

Ursula Lord - 1998 - 358 pągines
...enthroned in a fixed standard of conduct" (44). Marlow repeatedly asserts that Jim is "one of us" (38): "I would have trusted the deck to that youngster on...both eyes - and, by Jove! it wouldn't have been safe" (40). "The depths of horror in that thought" (40) do not arise because the mariners' code can be and...
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Impressionist Subjects: Gender, Interiority, and Modernist Fiction in England

Tamar Katz - 2000 - 244 pągines
...liked his appearance; I knew his appearance; he came from the right place; he was one of us'" (74). '"I tell you I ought to know the right kind of looks....safe. There are depths of horror in that thought'" (76). Marlow's desire '"for the impossible — for the laying of what is the most obstinate ghost of...
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Die Kunst der gelebten Zeit: zur Phänomenologie literarischer Subjektivität ...

Martin Middeke - 2004 - 365 pągines
...Wahrheit sagt, denn Jims zynische Worte sind ein (wenn auch) fernes Echo von Marlows Einschätzung Jims: "I would have trusted the deck to that youngster on...safe. There are depths of Horror in that thought." (32) Die eigentliche Antwort auf die moralische Bewertbarkeit von Jims Charakter, seiner Handlungen...
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Selected Works of Joseph Conrad

Joseph Conrad - 2005 - 1371 pągines
...was heavy, and I have glowed all day long and gone to bed feeling less lonely in the world by virtue of that hearty thump. Don't I remember the little...both eyes - and, by Jove! it wouldn't have been safe. He looked as genuine as a new sovereign, but there was some infernal alloy in his metal. How much?...
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Jospeh Conrad Poland's English Genius

...Jim, p. 40) He is that good, stupid kind we like to feel marching right and left of us in life. ... I tell you I ought to know the right kind of looks...wouldn't have been safe! There are depths of horror in the thought. (pp. 44-5) Here is the ironic crux. Marlow penetrates Jim's " Don't-care-a-hang " air,...
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