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" ... head pretty well; but when I had him at last stretched on the couch, I wiped my forehead, while my legs shook under me as though I had carried half a ton on my back down that hill. And yet I had only supported him, his bony arm clasped round my neck—... "
Blackwood's Magazine - 第 565 頁
1899
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Youth and Two Other Stories

Joseph Conrad - 1903 - 381 頁
...only supported him, his bony arm clasped round my neck — and he was not much heavier than a child. " When next day we left at noon, the crowd, of whose...quivering, bronze bodies. I steamed up a bit, then swung down-stream, and two thousand eyes followed the evolutions of the splashing, thumping, fierce river-demon...
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Youth: And Two Other Stories

Joseph Conrad - 1903 - 381 頁
...only supported him, his bony arm clasped round my neck — and he was not much heavier than a child. " When next day we left at noon, the crowd, of whose...quivering, bronze bodies. I steamed up a bit, then swung down-stream, and two thousand eyes followed the evolutions of the splashing, thumping, fierce river-demon...
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Youth: And Two Other Stories

Joseph Conrad - 1903 - 379 頁
...neck — and he was not much heavier than a child "When next day we left at noon, the crowd, of whosa presence behind the curtain of trees I had been acutely...quivering, bronze bodies. I steamed up a bit, then swung downstream, and two thousand eyes followed the evolutions of the splashing, thumping, fierce river-demon...
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Youth: And Two Other Stories

Joseph Conrad - 1903 - 339 頁
...only supported him, his bony arm clasped round my neck — and he was not much heavier than a child "When next day we left at noon, the crowd, of whose...quivering, bronze bodies. I steamed up a bit, then swung downstream, and two thousand eyes followed- the evolutions of the splashing, thumping, fierce river-demon...
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The Living Age, 第 226 卷

1900
...ton on my back down that hill. And yet I had only supported him, his bony arm clasped round rny ueck, and he was not much heavier than a child. "And when...bodies. I steamed up a bit, then swung down stream, and 2000 eyes followed the evolutions of the splashing, thumping, fierce river demon, beating the water...
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Conrad's Western World

Norman Sherry - 1980 - 480 頁
...leaves the Inner Station under impressive circumstances: When next day we left at noon, the crowd. . .flowed out of the woods again, filled the clearing,...mass of naked, breathing, quivering bronze bodies. . .three men plastered with bright red earth from head to foot, strutted to and fro restlessly . ....
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Heart of Darkness and The Secret Sharer

Joseph Conrad - 2004 - 208 頁
...only supported him, his bony arm clasped round my neck — and he was not much heavier than a child. "When next day we left at noon, the crowd, of whose...again, filled the clearing, covered the slope with amass of naked, breathing, quivering, bronze bodies. I steamed up a bit, then swung down stream, and...
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Heart of Darkness and Other Stories

Joseph Conrad - 1995 - 219 頁
...only supported him, his bony arm clasped round my neck - and he was not much heavier than a child. 'When next day we left at noon, the crowd, of whose...quivering, bronze bodies. I steamed up a bit, then swung downstream, and two thousand eyes followed the evolutions of the splashing, thumping, fierce river-demon...
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Heart of Darkness, With, The Congo Diary

Joseph Conrad - 1995 - 166 頁
...only supported him, his bony arm clasped round my neck - and he was not much heavier than a child. 'When next day we left at noon, the crowd, of whose...quivering, bronze bodies. I steamed up a bit, then swung down-stream, and two thousand eyes followed the evolutions of the splashing, thumping, fierce river-demon110...
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The Modernist as Pragmatist: E.M. Forster and the Fate of Liberalism

Brian May - 1997 - 210 頁
...Conrad's Marlow, whose contact with African crowds remains strictly visual, never does ("the crowd . . . flowed out of the woods again, filled the clearing,...the slope with a mass of naked, breathing, quivering bronzed bodies").9 The synesthesia is scarcely Lawrentian or even Keatsian, either in kind or degree,...
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