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1331787 klas A Composition two third version Composition 2 In the beginning of An Outpost Of Progress and The Daughters Of The Late Colonel the protagonists of both stories are dependent on each other The protagonists in An Outpost Of Progress Kayerts and Carlier depend on each other because they are the only white men in the place Surrounded by the black community they realize that if one would die the other would remain alone and that makes them afraid and dependent The idea that he would perhaps have to bury Carlier and remain alone gave him an inward shiver he felt suddenly that this Carlier was more precious to him here in the center of Africa than a brother could be anywhere else Conrad 59 The protagonists of The Daughters Of The Late Colonel Josephine and Constantia are dependent on each other because they do not have any self-confidence and they can not make decisions on their own For example they do not know whether to fire Kate or not They both do not dare to make the decision and they keep on postponing it Well we cant postpone it again said Josephine If we postpone it this time- Mansfield 2421 The development of the relationship is for both stories different in The Outpost Of progress the relationship between Kayerts and Carlier changes radical while the relationship between Josephine and Constantia in The Daughters Of The Late Colonel stays the same In the Outpost of progress Kayerts and Carlier their friendship turns into a sense of hostility against each other The friendship changes when the two men find out that the people of the village have been trade for ivory and after that there is hardly any food That is when the problems and arguments start That was the root of the troubleConrad 47 There is no huge development in the relationship of Josephine and Constantia they do have their little
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