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2007 | 61 | 3-4(278-279) | 121-123
Article title

The Flavour of Man

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PL
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Joseph Conrad resorted to disguising drastic themes (such as eroticism), which include anthropophagy, described at least upon five occasions. Examined from this viewpoint, 'Heart of Darkness' discloses not only connections with the ethnological conceptions proposed by J. G. Frazer, but also an allegorical key to the plot, originating from Livy, whose writings the young Conrad read while studying for his final secondary school examination in Cracow.
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61
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121-123
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ARTICLE
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  • J. Gondowicz, no address given, contact the journal editor
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08PLAAAA05109706
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bwmeta1.element.f710977c-bddd-3955-90df-23e4c22d250a
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