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A Quest Turned To Failure Our journey through life is full of great rises and unexpected troubles with no guarantee of darkness This is definitely shown the failures of Kurtz Kurtz had the ability for great success At one point everyone in the jungle loved him Kurtz was very important in the beginning Marlow thought that he was the only thing that made sense in the company The company also loved Kurtz He did many things for them like bring in huge amounts of ivory and they also liked this Several characters even mention all things that Kurtz could have been Kurtzs cousin went to Marlow wishing to know about Kurtzs last moments pg 151 To everyone Kurtz was a universal genius pg 151 The farther you climb the farther you fall This is what happened to Kurtz because he had the most potential Kurtz was the chief of the inner station pg 92 He was in charge of a trading post a very important one in the true ivory country pg 84 Kurtz went to the jungle mainly to make money to return to Europe and marry his intended Her people had disapproved of this when they heard He had given Marlow some reason to infer that it was his impatience of comparative poverty that drove him out there pg 155 Greed is what kept him out there so long and blocked any of his noble ambitions After spending so much time in the jungle it changed Kurtz He lost the interpretation between goodness and corruption He had a tendency to become cruel once even threatening to kill his devoted companion the Russian pg 131 This is showing that Kurtz values money more than people Kurtz despised his job and the jungle but money kept him from leaving In return he just stopped caring about the natives and how they thought of him He began to treat them unfairly In every
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