Heart of Darkness


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Heart of Darkness

adventure tale of journey into heart of the Belgian Congo and into depths of man’s heart. [Br. Lit.: Heart of Darkness, Magill III, 447–449]
See: Journey
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Firchow's thesis is that Conrad's Heart of Darkness is a work of art deserving to be valued for its aesthetic and formal qualities, not primarily as a source of historical or sociological information.
The debate over Heart of Darkness has grumbled on unabated ever since -- to a point where it is now something of a cliche to mention it at all.
The traveler is motivated by the desire to uncover the meaning of a phrase found in Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness and in the title of Lindqvist's book.
On Heart of Darkness what Griffith has to say is intelligent but largely familiar -- most particularly from Ian Watt's unsurpassed, and perhaps unsurpassable, Conrad in the Nineteenth Century (1980).
Edward Said discusses the racial and colonial undertones of Heart of Darkness at length in his Culture and Imperialism.
Criticism of Conrad's work in general and Heart of Darkness in particular has been both extensive and varied.
That Conrad's Heart of Darkness and Contemporary Thought is no less than an informative and thought-provoking contribution to scholarship on Conrad's novella is thus a true accomplishment.
50 Tarik O'Regan's adaptation of Conrad's Heart of Darkness with a postconcert conversation following the performance.
Conrad's Heart of Darkness and Contemporary Thought is a surprising, unusual, and thought-provoking volume of essays.
Conrad's Heart of Darkness and contemporary thought; revisiting the horror with Lacoue-Labarthe.
APOCALYPSE NOW ITV4 11PM Martin Sheen tracks Marlon Brando, missing believed barmy, in Francis Coppola's bold relocation of Joseph Conrad's Heart Of Darkness to Vietnam.

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