Heart of Darkness (Part 2)

Heart of Darkness (Part 2)
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  • In his novel "Heart of Darkness", author Joseph Conrad utilizes the mysteriousness of the jungle in order to represent the darkness in a man's heart
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  • .....Kurts..... More words....  Ivory...
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  • "Wood for you. Hurry up. Approach cautiously." Imagery: Utilizes the image of the hut and the mysteriousness of the wood pile for the ship
  • Wood for you
  • Look
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  • "When daylight comes, the fog still blinds them, seeming even more sinister than the night." Metaphor: The fog of the jungle represents the unknown of what is to come and the feeling of being lost.
  • RAAAAHHH
  • "'Will they attack?"
  • "'And by the way, I suppose Mr. Kurtz is dead as well by this time." Allegory: Kurtz has become an allegory because he's a real person, but to Marlow, he has become something much bigger. He's a person with all the answers to everything he wants to know.
  • Kurtz must be dead now...
  • Dead Guy
  • One does not simply talk to Kurtz, one listens to Kurtz. He enlarged my mind.
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