Once you get back into the swing of things, you can graduate to more challenging books. The pilgrims carry Kurtz to the steamer and lay him in one of the cabins, where he and the manager have a private conversation.
On the fifteenth day of his march, he arrives at the station, which has some twenty employees, and is shocked to learn from a fellow European that his steamboat had been wrecked in a mysterious accident two days earlier.
Further, half-a dozen were mostly chained to one another. At Kurtz's station Marlow sees a man on the riverbank waving his arm, urging them to land. The main one being the shadowy and elusive Kurtz, who represents all of Europe: The next day Marlow pays little attention to the pilgrims as they bury "something" in a muddy hole Conrad Marlow takes a job as a riverboat captain with the Company, a Belgian concern organized to trade in the Congo.
Stan Galloway writes, in a comparison of Heart of Darkness with Jungle Tales of Tarzan, "The inhabitants [of both works], whether antagonists or compatriots, were clearly imaginary and meant to represent a particular fictive cipher and not a particular African people.
Incrementally, Marlow learns more about the mysterious Kurtz—about his civilized traits his painting, musical abilities, and great eloquencehis charismaticgod-like power over the natives, and the severed heads that surround his hut.
It is mentioned that the ancient Romans were very brute and inflicted many cruelties to the Englishmen. To the Europeans it is imperative that they attain wealth, power and prestige.
He uses several symbolic characters to accomplish this. Hanging on the wall is "a small sketch in oils, on a panel, representing a woman draped and blindfolded carrying a lighted torch" Conrad The steamboat breaks down and, while it is stopped for repairs, Kurtz gives Marlow a packet of papers, including his commissioned report and a photograph, telling him to keep them away from the manager.
Sometimes, it helps to change up your routine and read something outside of your comfort zone or usual go-to. Kurtz disappears in the night, and Marlow goes out in search of him, finding him crawling on all fours toward the native camp.
It would come slowly to one. Read on to hear tips from longtime readers who have been through it—and managed to come out on the other side of a good book. Marlon Brando played Kurtz, in one of his most famous roles. As Marlow explains, he was assigned by an ivory trading company to take command of a cargo boat stranded in the interior.
Noticing the pilgrims readying their rifles, Marlow sounds the steam whistle repeatedly to scatter the crowd of natives. This story reveals the dirty and inhuman attitudes towards the native black people of Colonialism by the white-men.
A prospective clinical study. Heart of Darkness is criticised in postcolonial studies,  particularly by Nigerian novelist Chinua Achebe. Work on the railway is going on, involving removal of rocks with explosives.
The man predicts Kurtz will rise in the hierarchy within two years and then makes the connection to Marlow:Seldom can an author have achieved his aim for a novel more completely than Joseph Conrad with Heart of Darkness.
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