The Helmsman: a black man killed by arrows shot by natives
The Russian: man who greets Marlow at Kurtz’s station
While on his boat, Marlow hears the manager and his uncle talk about Kurtz. They stand on the shore alongside the steamboat. Without moving, he listens. The manager fears Kurtz’s influence. Threatened by Kurtz’s influence and success, the manager says, “Am I the manager—or am I not?” The uncle hopes the climate will eventually ruin Kurtz.
From the “absurd sentences,”...
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