tual terms. He confronts an incompletenessnof utterance, an indeterminacy ofnmeaning, a seemingly unconscious ornrandom association of images, whichnsimultaneously demand and defynexegesis."nEven clearly recognizing this problem,nWatt refuses to accept the aestheticnand symbolist doctrines of the separationnof art from life, and he claims fornConrad the same refusal. His interpretationsnof Conrad . . .
January 1975April 21, 2022By The Archive
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