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Space, Conrad, and Modernity

Con Coroneos

  • A wide-ranging and witty engagement with twentieth-century theorical writers and thinkers - from Bergson and Foucault to Saussure and Bataille - exploring the concept of space in Conrad's fiction.
  • Examines Conrad's major novels, The Secret Agent, Under Western Eyes, Nostromo, Heart of Darkness, and Lord Jim, but also the work of other writers - Woolf, Ford, and especially the film of Graham Greene's The Third Man.
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