Essays On The Heart Of Darkness By Joseph Conrad

Essays On The Heart Of Darkness By Joseph Conrad-73
Conrad's style doesn't especially suit to my tastes, and I feel that the realm of the nature of humanity was more brilliantly executed in the Lord of the Flies.Or, for the matter, I think Moby Dick (cliche, but still true,) covers it best.It was, however, a good example of a story that wasn't particularly for or against African Colonialism, but instead mostly just told book gives you that nice warm delicious feeling in your tummy IF you understand it.

Conrad's style doesn't especially suit to my tastes, and I feel that the realm of the nature of humanity was more brilliantly executed in the Lord of the Flies.Or, for the matter, I think Moby Dick (cliche, but still true,) covers it best.It was, however, a good example of a story that wasn't particularly for or against African Colonialism, but instead mostly just told book gives you that nice warm delicious feeling in your tummy IF you understand it.

That said, I found "Heart" to be a little hard to get through.

Maybe it's a style issue, but it seemed like we were never supposed to connect with the narrator or his quest.

The first thing I should admit is that I didn't follow the story very well. And it is good art when each person who sees and experiences it has his or her own special "take" on it... I bet it was a challenge to think of the ending to this story. I understand why though since it wasn’t clear that Kurt Dear Joseph Conrad This book was very confusing to read at first.

Then I realized that that was actually a reason to write one. As happens from time to time the road demands all of my attention and I miss a passage. This short story had a lot of meaning once I got into it.

I may give it another try in ten years or so, and see if the problem is with me...

While I can honestly say that I enjoy Heart of Darkness, it's definitely dense reading material.

Oh boy another robot that comes across as more human than the people in the book. You'd really have to read them with a mind to see how the original was done and with the fore-knowledge that the ending won't be a surprise. You might want to read it to understand the flavor of Joseph Conrad, to familiarize yourself with him as an author, to educate yourself on the style of one of the classic authors but if you do, I highly recommend doing it in such a way as to allow yourself to concentrate on the content or you might come out not retaining what you just heard. The novella was unnecessarily extended without a twist, or climax. I would rather learn about imperialism in Africa by reading a textbook. I had heard only good reviews about it, but the fact that the entire novella was told through Marlow's dialogue was off-putting for me and made it harder for me to understand what was going on.

The messages were good, but the execution made it hard to get through.

The first thing I should admit is that I didn't follow the story very well. Dear Joseph Conrad This book was very confusing to read at first.

In fact, I would have a hard time repeating all of the most important aspects of the story. It used a strong vocabulary that my class and I didn’t really understand until we looked up the words.

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