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In his Story Author Joseph Conrad uses contrasting imagery, syntax and an unreliable narrator to create the theme of the skewed perception of the events occurring in Africa.
"...when vegetation rioted on the earth and the big trees were kings. An empty stream, a great silence, and impenetrable forest. The air was warm, thick, sluggish. There was no joy in the brilliance of the sunshine."
Run on descriptive paragraphs on page 30 and 31 specifically show the stream of consciousness of Marlow and gives the audience a clear glimpse into the unsureness of his perception.
"................We tore slowly along the overhanging bushes in awhirl of broken twigs and flying leaves. The fusilladebelow stopped short, as I had foreseen it would whenthe squirts got empty. I threw my head back to a glint-ing whizz that traversed the pilot-housad................ ; theblade had gone in out of sight, after making a frightfulgash; my shoes were full; a pool of blood lay very still,gleaming dark-red under the wheel; his eyes shone withan amazing luster..............................
"...the grimy beetle crawled on...Where the pilgrims imaged it crawled I don't know. To some place they expected to get something I bet! for me it crawled towards Kurtz--exclusively."
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