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Friday, 30 December

761. Conrad and His Descendants in World Literature

1:45–3:00 p.m., Thomas Paine, Marriott

Program arranged by the Joseph Conrad Society of America

Presiding: David W. Tutein, Northeastern Univ.

1. “‘I See Now’: Marlow, Nick, and the Demystified Heroes of Elegiac Romance,” Kenneth A. Bruffee, Brooklyn Coll., City Univ. of New York

2. “Rhys Reading Conrad: After Leaving Mr. Mackenzie and Good Morning, Midnight after Almayer’s Folly and The Secret Agent,” Carol A. Dell’Amico, Pasadena, CA

3. “Sinister Resonances: Conrad, Gordimer, and Bush,” Maureen D. Fielding, Penn State Univ., Delaware County

4. “Language, Authority, and Power in Conrad’s Nostromo and Naipaul’s The Mimic Men,” Jochem Riesthuis, Univ. of Chicago

5. “The Caribbean Connection: Joseph Conrad, Caryl Phillips, and Edwidge Danticat,” David W. Tutein

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