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In the century since its publication in 1904, Nostromo has taken its place among Conrad’s masterpieces as a panoramic novel of revolution and a profound meditation on history and the effects of “material interests” on human destiny.The eight new essays brought together in this volume examine the novel from various perspectives: as an epic, as a study in colonialism and the problem of “homecoming,” as an exploration of free will and determinism, as a textual artefact, and as a reflection upon earlier works of European literature by Coleridge, Pushkin, and others.
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Book Description Rodopi, 2005. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Seller Inventory # mon0001272308
Book Description Amsterdam-New York, Rodopi., 2004. Original publisher's sewn paperback, pictorial frontcover, 8vo: viij, 116pp., pp., 8 contributions with notes & references, notes on contributors. Very fine copy - as newe. Volume 29 - 2: Conradian. Journal of the Joseph Conrad Society. Seller Inventory # 152881
Book Description Rodopi, 2005. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG904201914X