The Secret Sharer | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Dinshaw M. Burjorjee

This literature criticism consists of approximately 16 pages of analysis & critique of The Secret Sharer.
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Critical Essay by Dinshaw M. Burjorjee

SOURCE: "Comic Elements in Conrad's The Secret Sharer," in Conradiana, Vol. VII, No. 1, 1975, pp. 51-61.

In the following essay, Burjorjee demonstrates the presence of comic elements in "The Secret Sharer."

    Ere Babylon was dust,
The Magus Zoroaster, my dead child,
Met his own image walking in the garden.
That apparition, sole of men, he saw.
For know there are two worlds of life and death:
One that which thou beholdest; but the other
Is underneath the grave, where do inhabit
The shadows of all forms that think and live
Till death unite them and they part no more…
Prometheus Unbound

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