'You can't do many other things. In fact, when a man once sees in what conditions he lives, and under what necessity, he can't but be in an abnormal state.'—Ramon Llull.
This collection contains the stories "The Nigger of the Narcissus", "The Secret Sharer", "Toomer's Sun", "The Inheritors", "The Return", "The Chapter of the Martyrs", and "Thirteen on Treasure Island". (The last two stories are featured in A Choice of Stories.) "The Nigger of the 'Narcissus'" is the first of his stories to be published. It appeared in the November 1898 issue of Everybody's Weekly. Subsequently, both "The Nigger of the 'Narcissus'" and "The Secret Sharer" have appeared in Vintage Under the Volcano.
Nigeria Conrads Memoirs of a Phonomimist is a memoir by Joseph Conrad. It was published in the UK in 1912. He writes of his visits to the Gold Coast and memories of his childhood in India.
In The Nigger of the 'Narcissus'. Joseph Conrad offers his first critique of the Western imperialism that was to dominate the rest of his career. . The Other Man's Narrative is a 1902 novella by Joseph Conrad, set on the island of Trinidad. It consists of two fictional accounts of the same events. In the first, Julian Juliard, a young French scientist, tries to make sense of the chaotic situation on the island. In the second, he listens as Anderton, a German botanist, explains Julian's research into the theory of relativity.
Nigeria Conrads Memoirs of a Phonomimist (1912); The Nigger of the 'Narcissus' (1969); A Choice of Stories (1971)
In "The Nigger of the 'Narcissus"", the narrator states: "To the majority, I am a very ordinary man." As a child, Conrad was fascinated by the stories his nurse Toni told him of a "dark lord". He interprets the . Anjou Press. ..
In "The Nigger of the 'Narcissus'", R.Llull cites the story. It is the year .
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