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A better one would be the whole wonderful scene between Adams and Parson
Trulliber, who is more concerned with his pigs than the cure of souls, and who
believes, at first, that Adams too must be a pig-dealer. “Written in Imitation of the ...
Indeed, Conrad so sets them in the scene, so poses them, as to persuade us not
only of their ordinary reality as lifelike characters but of their symbolic reality. An
obvious instance is the method of portraying Nostromo. Just before Decoud, in ...
An example of Lawrence's use of the symbol is the scene in the final chapter of
The Rainbow, in which Ursula encounters the horses on the common. Have the
horses an objective existence? Are they a projection of her unconscious?
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The Eighteenth Century
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