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Essay | Heart of Darkness, A Review

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Heart of Darkness, A Review.
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Heart of Darkness, A Review

Summary: Reviews and summarizes the book, Heart of Darkness. Details major plot points and compares and contrasts the characters of Marlow and Kurtz.
The main characters of Heart of Darkness, Marlow and Kurtz, are similar in many instances. They both have many of the same qualities, characteristics, and beliefs. However, they display many differences.

As the story begins, Marlow is introduced and begins telling a story of his journey through the Congo River. He is a European who went to Africa in order to do good things for the people that lived there. On his journey, he sees many Africans, most of which are dying or savage. He identifies with the savages and wonders what his relation to them is, but never does anything to help them. During this point of the story, we begin to see a conflict within Marlow between good and bad. He is not all together a good or bad man. This is one of the conflicts which present themselves as he tells this...

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This section contains 542 words
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