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Examination of racism in Joseph Conrad's novel. Argues that the novel is about Imperialism and Conrad's belief in England's imperialist ventures and racist views. Discusses Nigerian novelist Chinua Achebe's criticism of the novel as dehumanizing African people. Other critical views that separate Conrad's view from that of the protagonist, Marlow.
There certainly can be no doubt that racism, the prop and justification of nineteenth-century Western imperialism, saturates Joseph Conrad's Heart of... more
9 pages | 11 sources | 15 citations | MLA citation style

Price: $16.00

Analysis of the double framing device used by Conrad in his novel. Meaning of central story. Dualistic nature of Colonialism.
In The Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad, the author uses a double framing device to enhance the meaning of the central story and specifically to... more
4 pages | 1 sources | 2 citations | MLA citation style

Price: $20.00

Compares the 2 Joseph Conrad novels re: theme of European corruption & destruction of Third World countries. Emphasis on character of Marlow.
The essential link between Joseph Conrad's novels Heart of Darkness and Nostromo is that they share the theme of Europeans entering a Third World... more
5 pages | 4 sources | 7 citations | MLA citation style

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Critical analysis of novel's protagonist Marlow, historical & cultural bases, portrait of colonialism.
In the colonial era, the nations of Europe staked out territory in regions such as Africa, attempting to extend their reach over people different from... more
5 pages | 7 sources | 6 citations | MLA citation style

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Examines novel as depiction of failure & destructiveness of European (Belgian) colonialism in Africa.
The purpose of this research is to examine Joseph Conrad's novel Heart of Darkness in relation to Belgian colonialism in Africa. The plan of the... more
9 pages | 10 sources | 24 citations | MLA citation style

Price: $24.00

Characters, themes (racism, colonialism, morality), critical views, symbolism.
Joseph Conrad in Heart of Darkness tells the story of a man who ventured too far into the darker areas of his own soul. He is presented as much... more
6 pages | 6 sources | 9 citations | MLA citation style

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Analyzes roles & symbolism of female characters, focusing on author's chauvinism.
Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness presents a story-within-a-story, creating a central narrator, Marlow, who tells an audience of four a tale about... more
9 pages | 1 sources | 28 citations | MLA citation style

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Analyzes narrative approach of sea story, character development, symbolism, themes, compares Beard & Captain Ahab of Herman Melville's [Moby Dick].
In 1881, a small British merchant ship, the Palestine, set out to carry a cargo of coal to Bangkok. Driven back repeatedly by storms, and then... more
8 pages | 5 sources | 10 citations | MLA citation style

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Role of Kurtz, importance to story, symbol of evil, compared to relative innocence of Marlow.
This study will examine the role of Kurtz in Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness, including consideration of whether his role is necessary.
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6 pages | 1 sources | 9 citations | MLA citation style

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Analyzes political, cultural & psychological themes & images.
In 1890, while working for the Belgian Societe Anonyme pour le Commerce du Haut-Congo, Joseph Conrad traveled on a steamer boat up the Congo River in... more
6 pages | 6 sources | 26 citations | MLA citation style

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