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Mr Verloc, the secret agent, is reluctantly involved in an anarchist plot to blow up the Greenwich Observatory. Things go disastrously wrong, and what appears to be "a simple tale" proves to involve politicians, policemen, foreign diplomats and London's fashionable society in the darkest and most surprising interrelations. The novel, one of the best Conrad's works, deals broadly with anarchism, espionage and terrorism. Era inmaculadamente pulcro, llevaba ropas impecablemente blancas, de los zapatos al sombrero, y gozaba de gran popularidad en varios puertos de Oriente donde se ganaba la vida como emplea La fuerza de una palabra es algo que se percibe de inmediato.
Edward W. Said locates Joseph Conrad's fear of personal disintegration in his constant re-narration of the past. Using the author's personal letters as a guide to understanding his fiction, Said draws an important parallel between Conrad's view of his own life and the manner and form of his stories. The critic also argues that the author, who set his fiction in exotic loca. The critic also argues that the author, who set his fiction in exotic locations like East Asia and Africa, projects political dimensions in his work that mirror a colonialist preoccupation with "civilizing" native peoples. Said then suggests that this dimension should be considered when reading all of Western literature. First published in , Said's critique of the Western self's struggle with modernity signaled the beginnings of his groundbreaking work, Orientalism , and remains a cornerstone of postcolonial studies today.
Conrad is considered an early modernist , [note 4] though his works contain elements of 19th-century realism. Numerous writers and critics have commented that Conrad's fictional works, written largely in the first two decades of the 20th century, seem to have anticipated later world events. Writing near the peak of the British Empire , Conrad drew, among other things, on his native Poland's national experiences  [note 6] and on his own experiences in the French and British merchant navies , to create short stories and novels that reflect aspects of a European-dominated world—including imperialism and colonialism —and that profoundly explore the human psyche. The Korzeniowski family had played a significant role in Polish attempts to regain independence. Conrad's subsequent refusal to follow in Apollo's footsteps, and his choice of exile over resistance, were a source of lifelong guilt for Conrad.
Joseph Conrad and the Fiction of Autobiography. New York: Columbia University Press. London: Verso. Spanos, William V. The Legacy of Edward W.
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