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“The Secret Sharer”: Character Analysis of Joseph Conrad’s Captain and Leggatt in this Late Nineteenth Century Sea Novel

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“The Secret Sharer”: Character Analysis of Joseph Conrad’s Captain and Leggatt in this Late Nineteenth Century Sea Novel
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The author of this paper asserts that despite Conrad’s continued emphasis of the similarities between the captain and Leggatt, these characters are really more complimentary than similar. The conclusion is reached that both their fates and their backgrounds are completely disparate. Even the manners in which the captain and Leggatt acknowledge their own weaknesses are more complimentary of each other than they are similar. Leggatt has learned to live with his shortcomings, even to come to terms with himself. The captain, on the other hand, is almost always in a perpetual state of self doubt. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

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