A multidisciplinary and international collection of essays, this volume contains contributions by writers from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Sweden, and South Africa. They employ a variety of methodological approaches, from detailed archival schoarship to theoretical perspectives on textuality and discursivity. Topics include the development of narrative voice in Heart of Darkness; the relationship between fictionality and missionary discourse; the notion of race in Conrad's work; and Heart of Darkness in contemporary classroom practice in European and South African contexts.New Essays on aquot;Heart of Darknessaquot; Attie De Lange, Gail Fincham, WiesAaw Krajka ... The interesting point is that Bootha#39;s In Darkest England and the Way Out and Conrada#39;s aquot;Heart of Darknessaquot; share the same quotations from Stanleya#39;s Inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Conrad in Africa|
|Author||:||Attie De Lange, Gail Fincham, Wiesław Krajka|
|Publisher||:||East European Monographs - 2002|