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In his novella, "Heart of Darkness," Joseph Corella explores the inner darkness of humanity utilizing specific syntax, diction, and contrasting imagery.
'Look at the influence that man must have have. Is it not frightful?'
"Going up that river was like traveling back to the earliest beginnings of the world, when vegetation rioted on earth and the big trees were kings."
WOOD FOR YOU, HURRY UP. APPROACH CAUTIOUSLY.
"I don't know how it struck the others: to me it seemed as though the mist itself had screamed, so suddenly, and apparently from all sides at once, did this tumultuous and mournful uproar arise."
"Only in the very last moment ... he frowned very heavily, and that frown gave to his black death mask an inconceivably somber, brooding, and menacing expression."
"They don't want him to go, I tell you"
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