”Twixt Land and Sea” in Conrad's Youth: A Narrative and Two Other Stories

Joanna Skolik

Abstrakt
The article aims at discussing the interdependence of the marine and the land spaces in Conrad’s works. Although they serve the same purpose—they constitute the background, and set the scene for Conrad’s tales, the marine space works quite frequently as a catalyst for human actions. The Youth: A Narrative and Two Other Stories volume is analysed in order to present the image of land and sea as created by the writer. Moreover, the voyage, the element joining the tales, will be considered from the perspective suggested by Juliet McLauchlan in her inspiring article Conrad’s ‘Three Ages of Man’: The ‘Youth’ Volume.
Słowa kluczowe: Joseph Conrad, Youth, Heart of Darkness, The End of the Tether, sea space, land space
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