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verse morals were beside the point ; between the forces of nature , including
therein the forces of his own nature , and man ' s aspirations there could be no
reconciliation ; they were eternally opposed , and from the human view the
workings of ...
... scarcely need . ing proof . He is saying , in effect , much what Wyndham Lewis
has said in The Writer and the Absolute : . . . there is in all those arts which
parallel nature something like a law obliging the artist to a fanatical scrupulosity ,
as it ...
Yet the feat itself , together with his romantic extraliterary career as a sailor in
exotic waters , may easily blind us to the essential nature of Conrad ' s genius as
a novelist . He is not great simply because he pulled off a remarkable feat , and ...
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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