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Joseph Conrad and Popular Culture

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Donovan's study is a wide-ranging analysis of Joseph Conrad's relation to Victorian and early twentieth century popular culture. Illustrated summaries of the development of specific popular cultural forms--songs, early cinema, magazines, advertising, and tourism--are used to underpin fresh readings of Conrad's central works. Drawing on an array of original primary materials, Donovan argues that popular culture exerted a significant influence on this major modern writer. Hide synopsis

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