rating: 3 of 5 stars
Provides some good descriptions of the Congo, but the best part of the book is the analysis of human nature it provides in the dichotomy between the two primary characters, Marlow and Kurtz. As a reader, by the end of the book the author's views on the potential for darkness in the human heart is apparent, and the way that such darkness is avoided is also presented. Interesting story, quick read.
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