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By Maurice Ebileeni
Ebileeni argues that during Conrad's and Faulkner's significant novels, the hunt for that means in confronting the clients of nonsense turns into an important symptom of human event to either keep away from and interact the entropy of contemporary life.
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Conrad, Faulkner, and the Problem of NonSense by Maurice Ebileeni