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Auteur: Joseph Conrad
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Joseph Conrad

Joseph Conrad (1857-1924) was born in Berdichev, in the Ukraine, in a region that had once been a part of Poland but was then under Russian rule. His father Apollo Korzeniowski was an aristocrat without lands, a poet and translator of English and French literature. The family estates had been sequestrated in 1839 following an anti-Russian rebellion. As a boy the young Joseph read Polish and French versions of English novels with his father. When Apollo Korzeniowski became embroiled in political activities, he was sent to exile with his family to Volgoda, northern Russia, in 1861.

By 1869 Conrad's both parents had died of tuberculosis, and he was sent to Switzerland to his maternal uncle Tadeusz Bobrowski, who was to be a continuing influence on his life. Conrad attended schools in Kraków and persuaded his uncle to let him go to the sea. In the mid-1870s he joined the French merchant marine as an apprentice, and made three voyages to the West Indies between 1875 and 1878. During his youth Conrad also was involved in arms smuggling for the Carlist cause in Spain.

After being wounded in a duel or of a self-inflicted gunshot in the chest, Conrad continued his career at the seas for 16 years in the British merchant navy. This was a turning point in his life. Conrad rose through the ranks from common seaman to first mate, and by 1886 he obtained his master mariner's certificate, commanding his own ship, Otago. In the same year he was given British citizenship and he changed officially his name to Joseph Conrad.

In 1890 he sailed in Africa up the Congo River. The journey provided much material for his novel Heart of Darkness. However, the fabled East Indies particularly attracted Conrad and it became the setting of many of his stories. By 1894 Conrad's sea life was over. During the long journeys he had started to write and Conrad decided to devote himself entirely to literature. At the age of 36 Conrad settled down in England.

Although Conrad is known as a novelist, he tried his hand also as a playwright. His first one-act play was not success - the audience rejected it. But after finishing the text he learned the existence of the Censor of the Plays, which inspired his satirical essay about the obscure civil servant. Conrad was an Anglophile who regarded Britain as a land which respected individual liberties. As a writer he accepted the verdict of a free and independent public, but associated this official figure of censorship to the atmosphere of the Far East and the 'mustiness of the Middle Ages', which shouldn't be part of the twentieth-century England.

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Rasumow, der unglückliche Held dieser zum Teil auf historischen Vorkommnissen fußenden Geschichte, der nichts als Russe ist, muß selber zum Verstehenden werden; darauf weist bereits die Bedeutung seines Namens im Russischen und im Polnischen. ''Ein gewöhnlicher junger Mensch'', der, unehelicher Sohn eines Fürsten, ohne jede menschliche Bindung, nur auf sein Studium, seine Karriere bedacht ist. Der Fanatiker Haldin, der einen Minister ermordet hat, macht ihn in naivem Vertrauen zum Mitwisser, beansprucht seine Hilfe und besiegelt damit beider Geschick. Rasumow, besorgt um die Ordnung des öffentlichen und des eigenen Lebens, verrät ihn und ist nun selbst aus aller Ordnung geworfen. Er wird im Dienst der Gegenspionage nach Genf geschickt und dort von den Verschwörern im Exil als einer der ihren angesehen. Im Innersten erschüttert von der Begegnung mit Natalic Haldin, der Schwester des Verratenen, die an die Frieden und Versöhnung stiftende Kraft der Revolution glaubt, offenbart er sich ihr und den Verschwörern, erduldet er grausame Rache, erlangt er Sühne. Schuld und Sühne: 'Mit den Augen des Westens' ist Conrads verschlüsselte Antwort auf Dostojewskijauch auf Tolstoj. Abermals variiert er sein eigentlichstes Thema: das der Treue. Und auch hier zeigt der ''Tragiker des Westens'' die Menschen im Bann der Täuschung und auswegloser Isoliertheit - seltsame Charaktere, pittoreske Figuren, Prototypen, bewegt in dichter Atmosphäre und hoher Spannung.

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