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Heart of DarknessMarlow relates his story of adventure in The Congo, when he is employed by a trading company, as a river-steamer captain to sail up river to find out what has happened to Kurtz, a man with a strange reputation for enlightening philosophy and extraordinary success in obtaining ivory.
by Joseph Conrad
Score: 6.5
Published: 1902
Read: November 23rd 2008

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John said

Quite good, but Kurtz always remains frustratingly enigmatic, even after we meet him. Maybe that is the point though. Apocalypse Now was more exciting. This was a present from Larissa, and required fetching from the mysterious Kazakh post-office across town... This edition comes with beans and tea.

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