This month on Film, Literature and the New World Order we talk to Tom Secker of SpyCulture.com about Joseph Conrad’s 1907 classic, The Secret Agent. From anarchy to agent provocateurs and shady police dealings, Conrad’s work has been hailed as a chillingly accurate prediction of terrorism in the 20th century…not to mention the 21st. Don’t miss this fascinating and in-depth conversation about this thought-provoking literary masterpiece.

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The Secret Agent (full text from Project Gutenberg)


Chasing After Conrad’s Secret Agent

Joseph Conrad’s “The Secret Agent” becomes a world premiere opera

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