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Nomadic Voices

Conrad and the Subject of Narrative

"A highly intelligent and successful study exploring the uncanny features of Conrad's art that respond, and lend depth, to the concerns of theorists such as Bakhtin and Lyotard."
-- Suresh Raval, University of Arizona

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