Fiction on Revolution

Moslem Zolfagharkhani

Abstract


The present study aims at showing Joseph Conrad’s Under Western Eyes as the author’s major deep concern about revolution and revolutionaries. Indeed the book is his memoire of both his past life and his mother country. The novel focuses on Razumov the central character and his unwanted involvement in political activities. Hence two worlds are depicted, one is the individual world of Razumov the student and the other is the communal world of the revolutionists. Under Western Eyes is a site for Conrad’s sentiments and inner responses where one comes across his obsessions about man and his society.

Key words: Fiction; Joseph Conrad; Under Western Eyes; Revolution


Keywords


Fiction; Joseph Conrad; Under Western Eyes; Revolution

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.sll.1923156320120401.266

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