Joseph Conrad

Dostoevsky ' s Grand Inquisitor , 57 ; and Charles Gould , 56 - 64 Homer :
Odyssey , The , 146 Hosea , the book of , 75 Howe , Lord Richard , 140
Humanitas , xix Humility : and Joseph Conrad , xvii ; of Lord Jim , 33 ; a sacred
principle , xvii ...

Joseph Conrad

Author: George A. Panichas

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"Guiding a reader's travels to the furthest realms of Conrad's imagination so as to penetrate to the heart of the novelist's moral vision is one of the author's dominant aims. Anyone disturbed by post-modernist advocates of a New World Order has much to ponder in this challenging book."--BOOK JACKET.

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