Master of Arts
Daniel M. Greene
Joseph Conrad is not at all sanguine about the possibility of man ever improving his lot. In man's present state, he is corrutp; he is too materialistic, too aggressive, to blind to his own faults. The political institutions he has errected mirror forth his deficiencies. Yet Conrad offers no viable alternative to these institutions
Brooks, David R. Jr., "The political skepticism of Joseph Conrad" (1971). Theses and Dissertations. 3943.