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The present book focuses on the study of Conrad's "Nigger of the Narcissus" that is replete with the oriental, cultural, and racial contents, themes, and elements. The critical issues of O, race and identity are Edward Said's, Frantz Fanon's, and Homi Bhabha's justifications which were manifested as Oriental discourse and the concept of the O, racism, and decline of identity. In fact, their ideas opened new chapters in the Western cultural and literary studies.The book also revolves around an investigation of Joseph Conrad's "Nigger of the Narcissus", and his orientalism, racism, and identity…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The present book focuses on the study of Conrad's "Nigger of the Narcissus" that is replete with the oriental, cultural, and racial contents, themes, and elements. The critical issues of O, race and identity are Edward Said's, Frantz Fanon's, and Homi Bhabha's justifications which were manifested as Oriental discourse and the concept of the O, racism, and decline of identity. In fact, their ideas opened new chapters in the Western cultural and literary studies.The book also revolves around an investigation of Joseph Conrad's "Nigger of the Narcissus", and his orientalism, racism, and identity problem. O is another idea in the research which is associated with the wholeness of the colonial tradition on the one hand, and with Conrad's orientalism on the other. The research explains some other relevant subjects like colonialism, postcolonial theories, racial discrimination and decline of cultural identity, too.
Autorenporträt
Hojat Goodarzi es Doctor en Filosofía del Arte por la Universidad Islámica Azad, Rama de Ciencia e Investigación, Teherán, Irán y estudiante de doctorado en Lengua y Literatura Inglesa en la Universidad de Isfahan, Irán. Mehdi Amiri es un estudiante de doctorado en lengua y literatura inglesas en la Universidad Islámica Azad, sucursal central de Teherán, Irán.