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Yet the effect of the Elizabethan drama , and of Shakespeare above all , on the
novel in England can scarcely be overestimated . It was immeasurably greater
than that of the fiction of the period . To read the great Elizabethan plays as
novels is ...
... 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 ...
The story is told by Conrad ' s famous narrator Marlow and , within its positively
dense atmosphere of death , decay , and the cruelties of imperialistic exploitation
, it relates the effect on Marlow of the blackness of Africa , its otherness ...
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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