Heart of Darkness Essay | The Lonely Deaths of Edna in "The Awakening" and Kurtz in "Heart of Darkness"

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The Lonely Deaths of Edna in "The Awakening" and Kurtz in "Heart of Darkness"

Summary: Death as a theme in "The Awakening" by Kate Chopin and "Heart of Darkness" by Joseph Conrad. The character of Edna in "The Awakening" and Kurtz in "Heart of Darkness" show that if human beings choose to seclude themselves from society there lives will end in isolation. it is about how, The Awakening, by Kate Chopin and Heart of Darkness, by Joseph Conrad use death to depict an inner theme of their novels.
The concept of death can be interpreted in various ways. The Awakening, by Kate Chopin, and Heart of Darkness, by Joseph Conrad, use death to depict an inner theme of their novels. Each novel has a character that dies in a unique way that symbolizes a particular theory. The suicide of Edna, and the ill death of Kurtz, signifies the notion that if human beings choose to seclude themselves from civilization or the methods of society then they shall ultimately end in isolation.

Edna, the main character in The Awakening, results in taking her own life. Edna lives in a time period where certain things are expected of her as a woman, a wife and as a mother in society. An exemplar of a outstanding female in her society is one, "who idolized their children, worshipped...

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