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Set in the fictitious mining town of Sulaco, a port city in the imaginary country of Costaguana, "Nostromo" is widely considered as one of Joseph Conrad's best works. It is the story of Senõr Gould, an English expatriate who owns the silver-mining concession in the country. When the country becomes engulfed in increasing political turmoil, Senõr Gould charges Nostromo, his trusted head longshoreman, with the duty of hiding his silver so that it does not fall into the hands of his political enemies. "Nostromo" is a classic tale of the power of money, its ability to corrupt and the turmoil that this corruption can create.

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