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Rethinking Joseph Conrad’s Concepts of Community : Strange Fraternity (Hardcover) (Kaoru Yamamoto)

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Presenting selected conference papers and published articles and book chapters, Yamamoto reevaluates Conrad's under-estimated later works by rethinking his ideas of community as a strange fraternity--a new friendship that cannot simply be categorized as a nostalgic evocation of a traditional organic community of sailors or warriors. Conrad's major works are marked primarily by their sustained exploration into the nature of the self, he says, but in his later works, he ceases those psychological explorations that characterize his middle works, and turns instead to human solidarity and the romantic love relationship between men and women. Annotation ©2017 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (
Number of Pages: 186.0

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