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  • The Rescue
  • Joseph Conrad
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  • 03 April 2018
  • 9781426404313

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Review coming tomorrow I have to think about this oneJan 21 The Rescue is unusual because it is technically an early effort by Conrad but he stopped working on it in 1898 and never went back to complete it until 1918 finally publishing in 1920 In his introduction he explains that he had put this novel aside to finish another project that had captured his imagination and it simply became easier to then finish the next project and the next until 20 years had passed and he began to feel guilty for leaving this book dangling He never says how much he edited the original text or at what point in the story he had stopped writing all those years ago I am not enough of a Conrad scholar to be able to say this part is the younger man and this is the mature one But like all of his books The Rescue is darkly intense with much going on beneath the surface than even the characters seem to understand It not an easy book to spend a concentrated amount of time on The tension the uncertainty of what will happen next the gloomy atmosphere are all vivid and overwhelming I could read in only short doses before needing to come up for clear airIn the first section of the book we meet adventurer Tom Lingard aboard his brig Lightning They are stuck with no wind on their way tosomewhere The destination is not revealed just yet We just know that the ship is not moving the night is dark and there may be pirates in the waters around them But it is not a pirate who arrives beside them in a small boat A yacht has grounded on a sandbank and the men in the boat have been sent out with urgent messages for help But Lingard is dismayed to learn the exact location of the stranded yacht for it turns out to be the very spot he is heading for himself and he knows the unexpected presence of the yacht will complicatehis plans The rest of the book deals with those plans and the way the people of the yacht especially Mrs Travers the owner s wife affect the destinies of Lingard his crew the friends he is on the way to meet and the plans they had made The events in the story take place over one week s time A week of lurking intensity The night effaced even words and its mystery had captured everything and every sound had left nothing free but the unexpected that seemed to hover about one ready to stretch out its stealthy hand in a touch sudden familiar and appalling There is a great deal of confusion on all sides no one not even Lingard is uite sure what what will happen by the end of the week and the ending surprises everyone I will want to read this again someday I can never completely get Conrad on a first reading I was confused by some of the conversations between Lingard and Mrs Travers And I was annoyed at other times by Conrad s way here of stopping the action at a dramatic point at the end of one section then beginning the next section with Lingard remembering what had happened Conrad does this a few times and I always had a hey wait what about moment before I realized I would then be told about the conclusion of the scene That broke up the flow of the story for me but at least the next time I read the book I will be prepared Mukiwa pre 1923 historical reproduction that was curated for uality uality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfec. Review coming tomorrow I have to think about this oneJan 21 The Rescue is unusual because it is technically an early effort by Conrad but he stopped working on it in 1898 and never went back to complete it until 1918 finally The Unfaithful Widow publishing in 1920 In his introduction he explains that he had Cedric and the Dragon put this novel aside to finish another Die unendliche Geschichte project that had captured his imagination and it simply became easier to then finish the next The Ladies of Grace Adieu and Other Stories project and the next until 20 years had The Big Book of Blues The Fully Revised and Updated Biographical Encyclopedia passed and he began to feel guilty for leaving this book dangling He never says how much he edited the original text or at what Spark and Burn Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 7 8 #4 point in the story he had stopped writing all those years ago I am not enough of a Conrad scholar to be able to say this Tattoo part is the younger man and this is the mature one But like all of his books The Rescue is darkly intense with much going on beneath the surface than even the characters seem to understand It not an easy book to spend a concentrated amount of time on The tension the uncertainty of what will happen next the gloomy atmosphere are all vivid and overwhelming I could read in only short doses before needing to come up for clear airIn the first section of the book we meet adventurer Tom Lingard aboard his brig Lightning They are stuck with no wind on their way tosomewhere The destination is not revealed just yet We just know that the ship is not moving the night is dark and there may be The Cat Who Went to Heaven pirates in the waters around them But it is not a Bugsy: The Bloodthirsty, Lusty Life of Benjamin 'Bugsy' Siegel pirate who arrives beside them in a small boat A yacht has grounded on a sandbank and the men in the boat have been sent out with urgent messages for help But Lingard is dismayed to learn the exact location of the stranded yacht for it turns out to be the very spot he is heading for himself and he knows the unexpected Inside the Crips: Life Inside L.A.'s Most Notorious Gang presence of the yacht will complicatehis African Laughter Four Visits to Zimbabwe plans The rest of the book deals with those West African Folk Tales plans and the way the Love Me Tender people of the yacht especially Mrs Travers the owner s wife affect the destinies of Lingard his crew the friends he is on the way to meet and the Stephen Hawking A Biography Greenwood Biographies plans they had made The events in the story take The River of Doubt Theodore Roosevelt's Darkest Journey place over one week s time A week of lurking intensity The night effaced even words and its mystery had captured everything and every sound had left nothing free but the unexpected that seemed to hover about one ready to stretch out its stealthy hand in a touch sudden familiar and appalling There is a great deal of confusion on all sides no one not even Lingard is uite sure what what will happen by the end of the week and the ending surprises everyone I will want to read this again someday I can never completely get Conrad on a first reading I was confused by some of the conversations between Lingard and Mrs Travers And I was annoyed at other times by Conrad s way here of stopping the action at a dramatic Truth Torture and the American Way The History and Conseuences of US Involvement in Torture point at the end of one section then beginning the next section with Lingard remembering what had happened Conrad does this a few times and I always had a hey wait what about moment before I realized I would then be told about the conclusion of the scene That broke up the flow of the story for me but at least the next time I read the book I will be The Killing Fields prepared