Heart Of Darkness By Frances B. Singh

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Frances B. Singh starts of his article stating that it is universally acknowledged that Heart of Darkness as one of the most powerful indictments of colonialism ever written. As I kept reading he references Conrad’s personal life, in which I remembered last time we discussed the previous article you told us that an author’s personal life does not always affect what they write. Though his personal life and Heart of Darkness may have some similarities, for example the horror of colonialism that he tried to escape, I can understand why Singh would add such references. Through the character Marlow, Conrad’s impression of colonialism fall into three classes, first one being a straightforward attack, the description of the roman colonization really

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