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" There was no sign on the face of nature of this amazing tale that was not so much told as suggested to me in desolate exclamations, completed by shrugs, in interrupted phrases, in hints ending in deep sighs. "
Blackwood's Magazine - 第 555 頁
1899
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Youth: And Two Other Stories

Joseph Conrad - 1903 - 381 頁
...house on the hill — made me uneasy. There was no sign on the face of nature of this amazing tale that was not so much told as suggested to me in desolate...patient expectation, of unapproachable silence. The Russian was explaining to me that it was only lately that Mr. Kurtz had come down to the river, bringing...
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Youth: And Two Other Stories

Joseph Conrad - 1903 - 381 頁
...house on the hill — made me uneasy. There was no sign on the face of nature of this amazing tale that was not so much told as suggested to me in desolate...patient expectation, of unapproachable silence. The Russian was explaining to me that it was only lately that Mr. Kurtz had come down to the river, bringing...
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Youth: And Two Other Stories

Joseph Conrad - 1903 - 339 頁
...house on the hill — made me uneasy. There was no sign on the face of nature of this amazing tale that was not so much told as suggested to me in desolate...patient expectation, of unapproachable silence. The Russian was explaining to me that it was only lately that Mr. Kurtz had come down to the river, bringing...
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The Living Age, 第 226 卷

1900
...side and at the back of the house. The consciousness of there being people In that bush, so silent, eo quiet — as silent and quiet as the ruined house...the glass. The Russian was telling me that it was 222 223 only lately that Mr. Kurtz had come down to the river, bringing along with him that lake tribe....
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Conrad's Fiction as Critical Discourse

Richard Ambrosini - 1991 - 253 頁
...Russian mariner's tale to the woods: "There was no sign on the face of nature of this amazing tale that was not so much told as suggested to me in desolate...interrupted phrases, in hints ending in deep sighs" (129). A word is a sound, and speech only a series of grimaces, at the moment of insight which comes...
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Heart of Darkness and Other Stories

Joseph Conrad - 1995 - 219 頁
...ruined house on the hill - made me uneasy. There was no sign on the face of nature of this amazing tale that was not so much told as suggested to me in desolate...patient expectation, of unapproachable silence. The Russian was explaining to me that it was only lately that Mr Kurtz had come down to the river, bringing...
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Heart of Darkness, With, The Congo Diary

Joseph Conrad - 1995 - 166 頁
...of other quests and journeys, Kurtz's own story is at last conveyed to Marlow in a non-narrated way, 'in desolate exclamations, completed by shrugs, in...interrupted phrases, in hints ending in deep sighs' (HD, p. 93). It becomes one among a series of possible plots, of alternative signifying systems, that...
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Solitude Versus Solidarity in the Novels of Joseph Conrad: Political and ...

Ursula Lord - 1998 - 358 頁
...heads on the stakes" (96). In the meantime Marlow listens to the inarticulate tale of the harlequin "not so much told as suggested to me in desolate exclamations,...interrupted phrases, in hints ending in deep sighs" (96). Only a portion of Marlow's tale is primary information, and his entire "yarn" is filtered through...
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Heart of darkness

Joseph Conrad - 2010 - 128 頁
...ruined house on the hill - made me uneasy. There was no sign on the face of nature of this amazing tale that was not so much told as suggested to me in desolate...patient expectation, of unapproachable silence. The Russian was explaining to me that it was only lately that Mr. Kurtz had come down to the river, bringing...
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Heart of Darkness and Other Tales

Joseph Conrad - 2002 - 225 頁
...ruined house on the hill— made me uneasy. There was no sign on the face of nature of this amazing tale that was not so much told as suggested to me in desolate...patient expectation, of unapproachable silence. The Russian was explaining to me that it was only lately that Mr Kurtz had come down to the river, bringing...
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