First Order Simulation in "The Secret Sharer"
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The paper discusses how Jean Baudrillard's first order simulation applies to Joseph Conrad's short story "The Secret Sharer".
From the Paper:"Joseph Conrad's "The Secret Sharer" presents a case of first order of simulation as described by Jean Baudrillard. This appears in the relationship that develops between the narrator and a man named Leggatt who is rescued by the narrator hidden in the narrator's cabin on the ship he captains and ultimately set ashore on an island where Leggatt can be free from the pursuit of the captain of the ship on which Leggatt had killed a man. As the relationship between..."
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