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Dans Amok, publié en 1922, est suggéré un bon, utilization de l'exotisme : c'est d'abord de rendre problématique le confort d'une formule de croisière... Pour éprouver; en soi et partout autour, l. a. présence d'un royaume primitif, puissant et mystérieux, le royaume de l'Autre, de l'Inhumain, de los angeles Mort... et devenir ainsi un authentique exote (un en -, dehors », un « hors-venu ») sachant « parler et parler longtemps avec toutes les bouches, dans los angeles nuit ». VICTOR SEGALEN, l. a. Marche du feu.

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The fascinating essence of the provocative Vashti舒what Lucy terms 舠wild,舡 舠intense,舡 and 舠flaming舡舒can perhaps be expressed only through the expansive possibility of words. Lucy begins to imagine what such passion might look like in language. Suddenly there are two Lucys writing in the novel: one composing rational, cryptic letters to Graham, the other narrating the tortuous process of creating these vexed public documents while desperately waiting for a response. When Lucy vehemently revises and rewrites letters to Graham, actions dictated by the 舠hag reason,舡 the anguish of the prose in the novel is at its most heightened.

Paul to the West Indies to get him out of her way. In another, she spots Ginevra and her lover, who is the key to the mystery of the ubiquitous nun, eloping in a carriage. Lucy舗s deliberate invisibility in this scene seems parallel to the inexplicable and fantasy-driven tone of the end of the novel. After setting Lucy up with a lovely house and school of her own, M. Paul finally declares his feelings, 舠Lucy, take my love. One day share my life. Be my dearest, first on earth舡 (p. 551). He leaves for Antigua and the narrator tells her readers, 舠Let them picture union and a happy succeeding life舡 (p.

She was not young, as I remember her, but she was still handsome, tall, well-made, and though dark for an Englishwoman, yet wearing always the clearness of health in her brunette cheeks, and its vivacity in a pair of fine, cheerful black eyes. People esteemed it a grievous pity that she had not conferred her complexion on her son, whose eyes were blue舒though, even in boyhood, very piercing舒and the colour of his long hair such as friends did not venture to specify, except as the sun shone on it, when they called it golden.

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