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I am Youthful I am Ignorant While I lived the life of youth in ignorance and hope Youth ignorance and innocence are three parallel ideas Without one the others cannot exist therefore when ignorance is lost so is youth and innocence The ideas in the story Youth written by Joseph Conrad discuss one mans journeys through life who throughout his journey discovers more and more about himself His actions in the story show his apparent Youth The test the trial of life which is displayed to be more of an outlook on life instead of an age category Actions and words throughout the story show youth as being ignorant and naive When Marlow the protagonist and another man go to the base of the ship where an awful smell lingers the man tells Marlow This doesnt smell healthy and Marlow replies It is good for the healthand the two continue forward getting swallowed more and more by the smell They get to the cargo which is on board at the base of the ship and find the coal to be on fire Marlow forcing the man to proceed shows his immaturity and ignorance After finding the coal to be on fire a young man goes and tries to put it out and faints the next guy goes after him to save him and faints and finally Marlow goes just to show them how easy it is After this the men on the boat had finally learned their lesson and tried fishing the mens bodies up with a chain and a hook All of the men meant well when they went below deck to put out the fire but it appears that their innocence and ignorance overshadow their commonsense Youth may not fall into any specific age bracket It is a common misconception that you must be young in order to have youth however one may argue that youth is a
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