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by Margaret Drabble

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Investing in Conrad, Investing in the Orient: Margaret Drabble’s The Gates of Ivory
“In The Gates of Ivory (1991), Margaret Drabble’s enterprise, and that of her protagonists, is stamped by Joseph Conrad’s legacy, one that remains problematic, contested, and controversial.”
Author: Roger Bowen
From: Twentieth Century Literature Fall 1999

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