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By John G. Peters

John Peters investigates the effect of Impressionism on Conrad and hyperlinks this to his literary recommendations in addition to his philosophical and political opinions. Impressionism, Peters argues, enabled Conrad to surround either floor and intensity not just in visually perceived phenomena but additionally in his narratives and gadgets of awareness, be they actual items, human matters, occasions or rules. Conrad and Impressionism investigates the resources and implications of Conrad's impressionism with a view to argue for a constant hyperlink between his literary approach, philosophical presuppositions and socio-political perspectives.

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