The End of the Tether

The End of the Tether This Is A Pre 1923 Historical Reproduction That Was Curated For Quality Quality Assurance Was Conducted On Each Of These Books In An Attempt To Remove Books With Imperfections Introduced By The Digitization Process Though We Have Made Best Efforts The Books May Have Occasional Errors That Do Not Impede The Reading Experience We Believe This Work Is Culturally Important And Have Elected To Bring The Book Back Into Print As Part Of Our Continuing Commitment To The Preservation Of Printed Works Worldwide. Reading The End of the Tether, Joseph Conrad s somber, mature and beautifully crafted novella published in 1902 reminds me of what a great debt English literature owes to this Polish gentleman, particularly the Lost Generation expatriate writers Ford Madox Ford collaborated with Conrad on three publications and Bertrand Russell was enad of the older writer, but Hemingway too was a literary descendant of Conrad s brooding prose The End of the Tether tells the melancholy, inevitable story of Reading The End of the Tether, Joseph Conrad s somber, mature and beautifully crafted novella published in 1902 reminds me of what a great debt English literature owes to this Polish gentleman, particularly the Lost Generation expatriate writers Ford Madox Ford collaborated with Conrad on three publications and Bertrand Russell was enad of the older writer, but Hemingway too was a literary descendant of Conrad s brooding prose The End of the Tether tells the melancholy, inevitable story of Captain Walley, striding with a seaman s strong and dignified gait into his destiny Conrad s language is redolent of his masterpiece Heart of Darkness as is the setting, but I was also vaguely reminded of Joyce s Ulysses with the s
A sea captain s final journey28 March 2015 I would say that this is just another story about a sea journey, but then again it was written by Joseph Conrad, and despite the three stories that I have read being about ships and journeys, I simply cannot describe it using the words just another The book in which this story was originally published was called Youth and other tales and contained in this order Youth, Heart of Darkness, and The End of the Tether The book I read also contained th A sea captain s final journey28 March 2015 I would say that this is just another story about a sea journey, but then again it was written by Joseph Conrad, and despite the three stories that I have read being about ships and journeys, I simply cannot describe it using the words just anot
fantastic short novel and so melancholy we know the old , brave, famous, intrepid, widowed ship captain, now reduced to running a tramp steamer on a 1600 mile milk run in the straights of Malacca area is destined for a bad, sad, end an so it is
The End of the Tether by Joseph Conrad demonstrates again his mastery of prose fiction forms In this case Conrad has written a novella about a sea captain named Whalley who has had a financial disaster at the end of a distinguished career All he wants is to leave his only daughter some money to help her deal with her unsuccessful marriage, so he invests his last 500 pounds in an old steamer owned by its chief engineer, a man named Massy, and serves as its captain on local runs through what can The End of the Tether by Joseph Conrad demonstrates again his mastery of prose fiction forms In this case Conrad has written a novella about a sea captain named Whalley who has had a financial disaster at the end of a distinguished career All he wants is to leave his only daughter some money to help her deal with her unsuccessful marriage, so he invests his last 500 pounds in an old steamer owned by its chief engineer, a man named Massy, and serves as its captain on local runs through what can be called Conrad country, the innumerable island
Well written but extremely depressing novella about an old sailor on the edge of penury, trying to hide a disability long enough to keep a job that will support his daughter It s a quiet little story with very little melodram
The Pole Joseph Conrad is the Poet Laureate of the real England not the one to be found south of Scotland on the Island but the England that dominated the Seven Seas He wrote great novels about the courageous English marine who spent most of their lives on ships far away from the comforts of Albion They lived and in the case of the hero of this book died by a strict code of honour.I greatly enjoyed this book when I read it as a teenager It s only weakness is that it resembles a great many of The Pole Joseph Conrad is the Poet Laureate of the real England not the one to be found south of Scotland on the Island but the England that dominated the Seven Seas He wrote great novels about the courageous English marine who spent most of
Conrad Conrad Conrad Deep, complicated characters depicted like etched ice in a grand hotel buffet. Si te gustan las historias del mar This story of an aging sailor chronicles a captain s last years as he tries to save his estranged daughter from poverty The atmosphere of Southeast Asia is pervasive, and like all of Conrad s works the descriptions of place add to the exotic nature of the works End of the Tether isreligiously tinged than say Heart of Darkness, and the ending ishuman Conrad s ontological presumptions lie somewhere between outright nihilism and a sort of theistic existentialism ala Kierkegaard At t This story of an aging sailor chronicles a captain s last years as he tries to save his estranged daughter from poverty The atmosphere of Southeast Asia is pervasive, and like all of Conrad s works the descriptions of place add to the exotic nature of the works End of the Tether isreligiously tinged than say Heart of Darkness, and the ending ishuman Conrad s ontological presumptions lie somewhere between outright nihilism and a sort of
Sad Beautiful Joseph Conrad is a genius word Smith with a gift for poignant, heartbreakingly beautiful, climatic endings The sheer use of vocabulary alone, ever increasing in clarity and depth as the story unfolds What begins seemingly mundane use of language climaxes t

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  • Paperback
  • 144 pages
  • The End of the Tether
  • Joseph Conrad
  • English
  • 06 August 2017
  • 1426425961