The Paradox of Progress : Far-reaching Deliberations and 10 per cent Solutions. / Hampson, Robert.

Outposts of Progress: Joseph Conrad, Modernism and Post-colonialism. ed. / Gail Fincham; Jeremy Hawthorne; Jakob Lothe. Cape Town : University of Cape Town Press, 2015. p. 110-121 7.

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The Paradox of Progress : Far-reaching Deliberations and 10 per cent Solutions. / Hampson, Robert.

Outposts of Progress: Joseph Conrad, Modernism and Post-colonialism. ed. / Gail Fincham; Jeremy Hawthorne; Jakob Lothe. Cape Town : University of Cape Town Press, 2015. p. 110-121 7.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Hampson, R 2015, The Paradox of Progress: Far-reaching Deliberations and 10 per cent Solutions. in G Fincham, J Hawthorne & J Lothe (eds), Outposts of Progress: Joseph Conrad, Modernism and Post-colonialism., 7, University of Cape Town Press, Cape Town, pp. 110-121.

APA

Hampson, R. (2015). The Paradox of Progress: Far-reaching Deliberations and 10 per cent Solutions. In G. Fincham, J. Hawthorne, & J. Lothe (Eds.), Outposts of Progress: Joseph Conrad, Modernism and Post-colonialism (pp. 110-121). [7] University of Cape Town Press.

Vancouver

Hampson R. The Paradox of Progress: Far-reaching Deliberations and 10 per cent Solutions. In Fincham G, Hawthorne J, Lothe J, editors, Outposts of Progress: Joseph Conrad, Modernism and Post-colonialism. Cape Town: University of Cape Town Press. 2015. p. 110-121. 7

Author

Hampson, Robert. / The Paradox of Progress : Far-reaching Deliberations and 10 per cent Solutions. Outposts of Progress: Joseph Conrad, Modernism and Post-colonialism. editor / Gail Fincham ; Jeremy Hawthorne ; Jakob Lothe. Cape Town : University of Cape Town Press, 2015. pp. 110-121

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