Heart of Darkness Essay | Hate Them to Death

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Hate Them to Death

Summary: This essay is discussing the evils found in "Heart of Darkness" by Joseph Conrad, and how Conrad uses the elements of his novel in depicting the cruel nature of imperialism to all of the people involves, both the oppressors and the oppressed.
Hate them to Death

The novel Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad illustrates the evils that come from imperialism, particularly the British Empire during its reign of world wide domination. The British seems to almost be blinded by the light that emits from its glorious triumph. By using light and dark as an image, Conrad suggests there is evil within the heart of the people of colonization. He in fact states there are two types of evil; one which is fake and only benefits for themselves and another that sees the truth behind the bright-eyed guild of an empire. Conrad suggests through Marlow's vision that the "red-eyed devil" (22) is the "lesser of two evils." By using symbols of light and darkness and motives of characters, Conrad depicts how the colonizing of uncivilized countries, in truth, actually brings out the evil found in an imperialistic empire in...

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