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Costaguana and the Congo River were peripheral sources of wealth to the imperial powers of the center.
In his two masterpieces, Heart of Darkness and Nostromo, Conrad could portray the ambivalence of the imperial discourse.
Being a source of both fear and wealth, the native lands of Latin America and Africa were artistically represented by Joseph Conrad to show that the periphery, though weak and savage, was considered as pure and wealthy.
It is this epitomization of the double talk that made Conrad as both a cherisher and critic of imperialism.
Born in Algeria in 1979, Yacine Kais' first encounter with Joseph Conrad was in 1998 at university.
In 2001-2002 he delivered two conference papers on Conrad and his works in Ankara and London.
In 2008, he taught creative writing at Jilin university in china where he wrote his short story "Healing Words".
He has always been fond of politics and art
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