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Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
Heart of darkness presentaton 2
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  • 1. HEART OF DARKNESS
    • ENGLISH IV: SHS
    • GILLIAND
    • DAY 1
  • 2. HEART OF DARKNESS IS:
    • Heart of Darkness IS a study of the duality of human nature
    • Heart of Darkness IS a grail quest.
    • Heart of Darkness IS a retelling of the ejection from Eden (Myth of the Fall; losing paradise)
    • Heart of Darkness IS a metaphorical descent into hell.
    • Heart of Darkness IS a literary expression of the theories of Freud and Jung.
    • Heart of Darkness IS a 'Coming of Age' story: Marlow's quest to fill in the empty spaces in himself.
    • Heart of Darkness IS an expression of the flawed logic of evil.
    • Heart of Darkness IS a Satire of Imperialism.
  • 3. Book I: Selection 1
    • Beginning page 6, “And this also,” said Marlow, “has been one of the dark places of the earth.”
    • Ending page 9, “and offer a sacrifice to...”
  • 4. Book I: Selection 2
    • From page 10, “Now when I was a little chap...”
    • To page 11, “The snake had charmed me.”
  • 5. Book I: Selection 3
    • From page 13, “A narrow and deserted street in deep shadow...”
    • To page 15, “not half, by a long way.”
  • 6. Book I: Selection 4
    • From page 16, “One more thing remained to do...”
    • To page 17, “...the company was run for profit.”
  • 7. Book I: Selection 5
    • From page 19, “For a time I would feel I belonged...”
    • To page 20, “hidden out of sight somewhere.”
  • 8. Book I: Selection 6
    • From page 21, “I came upon a boulder wallowing in the grass...”
    • To page 22, “...blasting was all the work going on.”
  • 9. Book I: Selection 7
    • From page 23, “You know I am not particularly tender...”
    • To page 23, “...toward the trees I had seen.”
  • 10. Book I: Selection 8
    • From page 24, “Black shapes crouched...:
    • To page 26, “...which were in apple-pie order.”
  • 11. Book I: Selection 9
    • From page 29, “Then he got a fever...”
    • To page 29, “I felt I was becoming scientifically interesting.”
  • 12. Book I: Selection 10
    • From page 31, “He was obeyed, yet...”
    • To page 32, “...with provoking insolence.”
  • 13. Book I: Selection 11
    • From page 36, “Then I noticed a small sketch in oils...”
    • To page 38, “the coming of that Kurtz had upset them both not a little.”
  • 14. Book I: Selection 12
    • From page 41, “Mr. Kurtz was a ‘universal genius...”
    • To page 41, “...to set that steamboat afloat.”
  • 15. Book I: Selection 13
    • From page 42, “It was a great comfort to turn from that chap...”
    • To page 43, “...and never can tell what it really means.”
  • 16. Book I: Selection 14
    • From page 44, “Instead of rivets there came an invasion...”
    • To page 45, “...with their heads together in an everlasting confab.”
  • 17. Book II: Selection 1
    • From page 47, “They were at a loss for an adequate movtive.”
    • To page 47, “...stuck to his work for its own sake.”
  • 18. Book II: Selection 2
    • From page 48, “We will not be free from unfair competition...”
    • To page 48, “...anything can be done in this country.”
  • 19. Book II: Selection 3
    • From page 48, “Each station should be a beacon on the road...”
    • To page 48, “...And he wants to be manager.”
  • 20. Book II: Selection 4
    • From page 49, “trust to this.”
    • To page 49, “...darkness of its heart.”
  • 21. Book II: Selection 5
    • From page 49, “Going up that river was like travelling back...”
    • To page 50, “...in another existence perhaps.”
  • 22. Book II: Selection 6
    • From page 50, “When you have to attend to things of that sort...”
    • To page 50, “...half-a-crown a tumble.”
  • 23. Book II: Selection 7
    • From page 53, “The earth seemed unearthly.”
    • To page 53, “...you so remote from the night of first ages--could comprehend.”
  • 24. Book II: Selection 8
    • From page 54, “But he must at least be as much of a man...”
    • To page 54, “There was surface truth enough in these things to save a wiser man.”
  • 25. Book II: Selection 9
    • From page 57, “What did it matter what anyone knew...”
    • To page 57, “and beyond the power of meddling.”
  • 26. Book II: Selection 10
    • From page 59, “Before it stopped running with a muffled rattle...”
    • To page 59, “appalling and excessive silence.”
  • 27. Book II: Selection 11
    • From page 60, “Give ‘im to us...”
    • To page 62, “what shall I say--so-unappetizing:”
  • 28. Book II: Selection 12
    • From page 64, “But what made the idea of attack inconceivable...”
    • To page 62, “some reason filled tose savages with unrestrained grief.”
  • 29. Book II: Selection 13
    • From page 70, “To tell you the truth, I was morbidly anxious to change my shoes and socks.”
  • 30. Book II: Selection 14
    • From page 71, The point was in his being a gifted creature...”
    • To page 71, “...heart of an impenetrable darkness.”
  • 31. Book II: Selection 15
    • From page 72, Girl! What? Did I mention a girl?”
    • To page 72, “You would have perceived who completely she was out of it.”
  • 32. Book II: Selection 16
    • From page 73, “Everything belonged to him--but that was a trifle.”
    • To page 74, “for the shade of Mr. Kurtz.”

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