SOURCE: Harvard Gazette
Professor Maya Jasanoff embraced adventure to explore the mind behind ‘Heart of Darkness’ and other classics
She retraced the 1,000-mile journey Joseph Conrad made down the Congo River more than 100 years ago when researching her new book on Conrad.
Harvard’s Maya Jasanoff vists the Congo and discovers people there probably live harder lives than they did 100 years ago when Joseph Conrad was there
by Maya Jasanoff
The trip was for a book she’s written, “The Dawn Watch: Joseph Conrad in a Global World.”
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