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The Clash of African Cultures

Summary: The following is a comparative essay of "Things Fall Apart" by Chinua Achebe and "Heart of Darkness" by Joseph Conrad.
For the two novels studied so far this year, the authors present the reader with varied amounts of African culture. On one side there is Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart. On the other is Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness. Each author's portrayal of African culture is detailed and precise. In spite of this, each author's elaborate portrait of the African culture is dissimilar. For this reason, the two images of African culture may or may not be a correct depiction. Furthermore, one may describe a more realistic view of African culture than the other. This can be accomplished by describing the setting, the people, and their actions. This comparison will eliminate any confusion one may have regarding African culture. The victor will be determined by the author's level of accuracy in their description.

A good setting is one that describes the small details. Take Things...

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