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Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness, Henry James' Turn of the Screw and Evil

the Suppression of Savage Customs in which he claims that the white man in Africa must "necessarily appear to them [savages] in th...

Explication of Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

In five pages this novel is analyzed in terms of characterization, plot, and theme. Four sources are cited in the bibliography....

Historical Significance of Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad II

In five pages the twentieth century relevance of Heart of Darkness is considered in this historical perspective of Joseph Conrad's...

Analysis of Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

a flash of lightning in the clouds. We live in the flicker--may it last as long as the old earth keeps rolling! But darkness was...

Opening the Mind's Door in Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

In six pages this research paper presents the argument that in Heart of Darkness, Conrad sought to open reader's minds to the impe...

Imperialism Symbols in Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

It is no surprise that Conrad was a critic of British colonialism in Africa. This was not a bitter disregard for the whole country...

Modernism in Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

In five pages this paper examines the novel by Joseph Conrad within the context of modernism. Three sources are cited in the bibl...

Concept of Modernism and Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad II

In five pages romanticism and modernism are compared in this consideration of Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad. There is 1 sour...

Francis Ford Coppola's Film Apocalypse Now and Joseph Conrad's Novel Heart of Darkness

In four pages this paper compares the novel with the film. Three sources are cited in the bibliography....

Heroism in Joseph Conrad's 'Heart of Darkness' and 'Beowulf'

The concept of heroism is compared in this paper consisting of 5 pages and there is a consensus that it is a concept that is beyon...

Marlow in Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

the fact that the universe makes perfect sense if only one views it from the proper angle (McLynn PG). Basically, it is the langu...

'An Image of Africa' and 'Heart of Darkness'

This paper consists of 3 pages and considers the emotional elements that characterize these novels by Chinua Achebe and Joseph Con...

Comparing the Characters of Gilgamesh and Charlie Marlow in Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

...preserve me!"(Tablet IX, Column I, 3-12). This forces him to begin to consider his own mortality, and for the first tim...

Michael Ondaatje's The English Patient, Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness, and Images of Darkness and Light

with the world of tradition, the world of civilization. Huddled within the womb-like interior of the Congo, he retreats ever furth...

How Women Are Treated in Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness and Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now

(Hunter G01). Kurtz is near death, ravaged by his experiences and close to being insane (Hunter G01). Kurtz has not civilized the ...

Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad and Victorian Women

that no manipulation of light and pose could have con- veyed the delicate shade of truthfulness upon those features. She seemed re...

Women in Heart of Darkness

A 5 page analysis of Joseph Conrad's views on women and civilization. 1 source....

Things Fall Apart by Achebe and Heart of Darkness by Conrad

with this great solitude" (73). Kurtz allows all of his most primitive desires to run rampant. The experience of being away from a...

Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness and Racism

Congo are largely recorded in Heart of Darkness, his most famous, finest and most enigmatic story, the title of which signifies no...

Connectivity, External and Internal Drive Bays

front panel." Kozierok (2001) also explains that the term "external drive bay" is a "bit of a misnomer" in that the term ex...

Joseph Conrad's Writings and Natural Africa's Role

to cultures outside of our own is limited at best. The average American will probably not ever venture off her shores. Often, the ...

Kurtz and Marlow in Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

and explored his own intellectual and moral identity (p. 122). This suggests that Conrad created Marlow in order to explore his ow...

Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad, Boundaries and Limitations

the irony of the Congo River, which is described as the antithesis of the Thames, which is the location from which Marlow tells th...

Racism, Charlie Marlow, and Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

in terms of black and white, but this should not necessarily be construed as a racial connotation. He enjoyed the tranquility of ...

Novel and Film Adaptations of Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness

"Black shapes crouched, lay, sat between the trees leaning against the trunks, clinging to the earth, half coming out, half efface...

Kurtz as a Universal Conrad Character

making of an immense success" (Conrad Chapter III p. NA). Marlow could not deny such facts he really had no knowledge of, and yet ...

Monster's Creation in the Writings of Joseph Conrad and Mary Shelley

so moved by the portrayal of Adam that he begins to identify with Adam. Like Adam at the beginning of creation, he, too, is lonely...

English Literature and Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

an employee of the Company who has become erratic, and bring him home. In so doing, Marlow has to face his own "heart of darkness"...

Comparing Two Works by Joseph Conrad

then. He gets a very powerful and intriguing adventure when he attempts to pull a ladder into the ship, only to discover a man att...

Literature and the Nature of Good vs. Evil

goading and nagging, contributed to Macbeths downfall; however, when one examines the play that the main impetus to Macbeths actio...