How are the issues of race and imperialism woven into Heart of Darkness?
Kurtz concludes that Europeans must "'Exterminate all the brutes!'" Marlow suggests that Kurtz's time in the heart of Africa has caused him to exhibit a primitive, instinctual nature, a nature that Marlow suggests is in all civilized societies, just waiting to re-emerge.
Kurtz becomes a god to the natives because he has unabashedly moved from superego (ethics) to id (desire) in his...
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