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Nostromo : centennial essays

Author: Allan Simmons; J H Stape
Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2004.
Series: Conradian.
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Anti-heroics and epic failures: the case of Nostromo / Terry Collits -- Holroyd's man : tradition, fetishization, and the United States in Nostromo / C. Brook Miller -- Homecoming in Nostromo / Ludmilla Voitkovska -- "Action is consolatory" : the dialectics of action and thought in Nostromo / Amar Acheraïou -- Free will and determinism in Nostromo / Ludwig Schnauder -- Ford Madox Ford and the composition of  Read more...
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Named Person: Joseph Conrad; Joseph Conrad; Joseph Conrad; Joseph Conrad
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Allan Simmons; J H Stape
ISBN: 904201914X 9789042019140
OCLC Number: 58872515
Description: viii, 115 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: Foreword Contributors Terry COLLITS: Anti-Heroics and Epic Failures: The Case of Nostromo C. BROOK MILLER: Holroyd's Man: Tradition, Fetishization, and the United States in Nostromo Ludmilla VOITKOVSKA: Homecoming in Nostromo Amar ACHERAIOU: "Action is consolatory": The Dialectics of Action and Thought in Nostromo Ludwig SCHNAUDER: Free Will and Determinism in Nostromo Xavier BRICE: Ford Madox Ford and the Composition of Nostromo Mario CURRELI: Leitmotifs from Coleridge and Wagner in Nostromo and Beyond Christopher CAIRNEY: Pushkin, Mickiewicz, and "The Horse of Stone" in Nostromo
Series Title: Conradian.
Responsibility: edited by Allan H. Simmons and J.H. Stape.

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Anti-heroics and epic failures: the case of Nostromo / Terry Collits -- Holroyd's man : tradition, fetishization, and the United States in Nostromo / C. Brook Miller -- Homecoming in Nostromo / Ludmilla Voitkovska -- "Action is consolatory" : the dialectics of action and thought in Nostromo / Amar Acheraïou -- Free will and determinism in Nostromo / Ludwig Schnauder -- Ford Madox Ford and the composition of Nostromo / Xavier Brice -- Leitmotifs from Coleridge and Wagner in Nostromo and beyond / Mario Curreli -- Pushkin, Mickiewicz, and "The horse of stone" in Nostromo / Christopher Cairney.

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