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Lecture

Heart of Darkness

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Department
English
Course Code
ENGC80H3
Professor
Hollenberg

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Begins with a description of the seaof naturevery detailedOpens with 4 seamenSea is filled with memories of past voyages seamen various shipsDark place on the westa townMarlowDescribed as the only man who still follows the seaDid not represent his classWhile most seamen lead a sedentary life he was a wandererNo mystery to seamenbut Marlow is a bit differenthes not typicalTalks about the fact that theres also darkness and incomprehensible waiting these men and they endure thatits not just light and good stuff when it comes to voyages theres darkness tooThe men in is story are not colonizers but conquerorsviolent murderers who steal land awayReference to weakness of a storytellernot knowing what audience wants to hearThe two women who supposedly guard the door of darkness knitting black woolIdea of not coming back once they go outdoctor never sees the people againSomething weird about the doctordoctor is quite annoyingAsks about mental illness in the familyWomen are out of touch with truththey cannot set up the worldif they did it would fall apartsexistPrior to going on voyageHe f
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