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In Joseph Conrads Heart of Darkness there is a great interpretation of the feelings of the characters and uncertainties of the Congo Although Africa nor the Congo are ever really referred to the Thames river is mentioned as support This intricate story reveals much symbolism due to Conrads theme based on the lies and good and evil which interact together in every man Today of course the situation has changed Most literate people know that by probing into the heart of the jungle Conrad was trying to convey an impression about the heart of man and his tale is universally read as one of the first symbolic masterpieces of English prose Graver28 In any event this story recognizes primarily on Marlow its narrator not about Kurtz or the brutality of Belgian officials Conrad wrote a brief statement of how he felt the reader should interpret this work My task which I am trying to achieve is by the power of the written word to make you hear to make you feel-it is above all to make you seeConrad 1897 Knowing that Conrad was a novelist who lived in his work writing about the experiences were as if he were writing about himself Every novel contains an element of autobiography-and this can hardly be denied since the creator can only explain himself in his creationsKimbrough158 The story is written as seen through Marlows eyes Marlow is a follower of the sea His voyage up the Congo is his first experience in freshwater navigation He is used as a tool so to speak in order for Conrad to enter the story and tell it out of his own philosophical mind He longs to see Kurtz in the hopes of appreciating all that Kurtz finds endearing in the African jungle Marlow does not get
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