Everything you need to understand or teach Nostromo by Joseph Conrad.
Nostromo, or Our Man, is an Italian sailor whose personal charm and organizational powers make him the cherished pet of the aristocracy of a fictional Central American country called Costaguana. After risking his life repeatedly, Nostromo comes to realize that he is just a pawn in the political and personal struggles of this fictional land. His plans for revenge parallel the so-called democratic movement of the richest province of Costaguana to become an independent nation ruled by the same aristocratic elite that has used Nostromo for their own gain.
Sulaco is a port city in the fictional country of Costaguana. Costaguana has had a turbulent history, including long stretches of tyranny and dictatorship. President Ribiera is elected to a five-year term and secures a lot of foreign investment for the country. Because Sulaco is the industrial center of Costaguana, the aristocracy of the area supports Ribiera and his foreign connections.... View more of the Nostromo Summary
Nostromo Lesson Plans contain 112 pages of teaching material, including: