Heart of Darkness Part 2

Heart of Darkness Part 2
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  • Part 2:
  • "We will not be free from unfair competition till one of these fellows is hanged for an example."
  • Diction
  • "Wood for you. Hurry up. Approach cautiously."
  • Paradox
  •  In Joseph Conrad's, "Heart of Darkness," he demonstrates the the primitiveness that every person possesses in his or her mind and heart
  • Simile
  • Utilizes diction to demonstrate the feelings of the Manager.
  • Imagery
  • Uses a paradox to emphasize the mindset of the Russian.
  • Foreshadowing
  • Demonstrates the feelings of Marlow by using a simile.
  • I assure you to leave off reading was like tearing myself away from the shelter of an old and solid friendship.
  • Helps portray the chaoticness of the fight by using imagery.
  • The bush was swarming with human limbs in movement, glistening , of bronze color.
  • Through the act of foreshadowing we discover the mental state of Kurtz.
  • For near the house half-a-dozen slim posts remained in a row, roughly trimmed, and with their upper ends ornamented with round carved balls.
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