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Marlow and Kurtz as Doubles
finding a place for Jim to live, twice. She boarded the steamboat for a minute without speaking, lifted her arms, and then vanished into the bush. And the result of lack of conscience is always one: darkness. The Brutes according to Kurtz are the natives.
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An example of this is when Marlow notices the hanging heads when first meeting Kurtz. When he is no longer confined he can turn away and do as he pleases as Kurtz has done. An expression of Marlows and Kurtzs independence is the exploration of Africa. It turns out that at the end of his experience his speech is either silenced or does not match the truth, as in the case with the Intended. Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad is a fascinating novel about colonialism. Its two main characters Charlie Marlow and Mr Kurtz are colonialists encountering the wilderness of the Africa. After Kurtz s death and Marlow s zombie-like condition, it is obvious that Marlow is able to understand Kurtz s dark world. Congo River in Heart of Darkness also has similarities to another work by Marlowe, Dido, Queen of Carthage, in which Aeneas is stranded on the shore of Libya and meets the African queen Dido. Conradiana: A Journal of Joseph Conrad Studies. Kurtz is an example of the whole imperialistic view. Raymond Malbone considers that Marlow is the main character. Other sources edit Stape, John Henry (1996 The Cambridge Companion to Joseph Conrad, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, isbn).