Modernity at Sea: Melville, Marx, Conrad in Crisis

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Index
Abandon, xxi, 126–29, 142, 145, 146, 152, 156, 161, 164, 170, 171, 179, 181, 259nl34
Adorno, Theodor, xxii, 67, 102, 190–91, 248n27, 262n8
Agamben, Giorgio, xxix, xxxi, xxxv-xxxvii, xl-xli, 126–27, 146, 161–63, 165, 166, 167, 190, 249n27, 250n40, 251n52, 259n136
Althusser, Louis, xxix, 149–51, 190, 191
Amin, Samir, 257–58n86
—nderson, Charles Roberts, 253n2
Anderson, Perry, 254n33
Arac, Jonathan, 148, 257n83
Area studies, xiii
Auden, W.H., 253n26
Austin, J. L., 167
Autonomy, 3, 104–6, 109, 115, 116, 118, 129, 170, 179, 180, 257–58n86
–Badiou, Alan, 248n25, 250n40
Bailyn, Bernard, 254nl8
Balibar, Étienne, 251n3
Barthes, Roland, 192–94, 262nl6
Bataille, Georges, 233, 248n27, 262nl2
Baudrillard, Jean, 112
Beaver, Harold, 257n62
Bender, Bert, 252nl0
Benjamin, Walter, xiii, xix, xxvii–xxviii, xxxv, 3, 49, 52–53, 55, 57–58, 60, 63, 160, 179, 213, 254nl9, 254n28, 254n33, 260–61nl84
Bersani, Leo, xxix, 110, 142–46, 154, 157, 168, 169, 173, 262n4, 262n6, 265n74
Bezanson, Walter E., 253n33
Bingham, George Caleb, 7
Blanchot, Maurice, xx, 14, 101, 146, 248nl3, 249n27, 257n79
Bloch, Ernst, xxxv, 6, 35, 251n51
Blum, John M., 254nl8
Boisguillebert, Pierre Pesant le, 256n59
Borges, Jorge Luis, xxviii, 15, 249n33
Brant, Sebastian, 9
Braudel, Ferdinand, 251n3
Brodtkorb, Paul, 257n62
Brown, Charles Brockden, 94
Butler, Judith, 189–90, 262n7
Camoëns, Luis de, 8, 51, 70
Capitalism, xxi, xxix, xxxii, xxxiii, xl, 2, 3, 59, 68, 87, 143, 229, 251n3, 257n86; and circulation, xxi, 84–90, 96–98, 101, 115–16, 118, 123, 160, 179, 258n86; and commodities, xxvi, xxx–xxxi, xxxiii, xxxiv, 88, 89, 90, 91, 101, 110, 113, 180, 254n33, 257n64; and crisis, 2, 89–90, 96–97, 100, 101, 102, 103, 178–79, 258n86; as disaster for thought, xv; and exchange, 4, 89, 95, 100, 112, 116, 180, 245, 257n64, 258n86; industrial, 3–5, 10, 32, 58, 60, 63, 75, 78, 83, 254n30; and labor, 3, 9, 104, 111, 113–14, 120–21, 136, 170, 178; late, 250n43; and limits, xxi, 97–98, 102, 103–10, 120;

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