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In this paper I will show the effect the Heart of Darkness had on Kurtz in the stages prior to the Kurtz in transition and at the end of his journey The Kurtz prior to his journey was a man with a noble heart We learn about Kurtz prior to his journey by listening to the conversations Marlow has when he returns from Africa Marlow talked with Kurtz cousin an old colleague and his Intended Kurtz was a universal genius 244 The old colleague told of how the man could talk He electrified large meetings He had faithHe could get himself to believe anything 244 Marlow fully agreed with this statement Marlow said This is the reason why I affirm that Kurtz was a remarkable man He had something to say He said it 241 He was one of those men who you had to admire You HAD to love him if you knew him The Intended said she had been worthy of him 248 She speaks of him as almost a god The Intended promises Marlow she was worthy of him she had all his noble confidence Their engagement wasnt approved because Kurtz wasnt wealthy enough Kurtz had the ability to draw men towards him by what was best in them 249 This is the gift of the great Kurtz was a great man He was a born leader The Kurtz prior to the journey seems to be a man with a heart of gold His goodness shone in every act 250 But in actuality his soul was conformed by society and the warning voice of a kind neighbor 206 He was a man with principles just because principles were all around him Kurtz was dependent on that kind neighbor to keep him noble The Kurtz in transition was a man with a heart that understands what is going on in the jungle Kurtz is described as a first-class agent a very remarkable person
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