Beginning of Heart of Darkness

     The beginning of Heart of Darkness, by Joseph Conrad, has started off a little torpid. But as we have slowly moved forward in the Novel  it has gotten more, and more interesting, and easy to comprehend.

Reading a book

The first section of the Novel were Marlow explains how he got to the Congo, was quite drab. As Marlow went into the Congo, the Novel has became more alluring. The most interesting part of the Novel so far, has been the mystery of Mr.Kurtz. The question of who is Mr.Kurtz , has kept me wanting to read on. “Mr.Kurtz was the best agent he had, an exceptional man, of greatest importance to the company.”(165).  The further I read Heart of Darkness, the further I climb into the Novel.





Conrad, Joseph. (1998) Heart of darkness. In C. Watts (Eds.) Heart of Darkness and Other Tales. (pp. 133-252) New York: Oxford University Press.



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