When he sets sail, he doesn 't recognize what 's in store In chapter three, the equivocal impression regarding imperialism will be proven through an analysis of how imagery functions.
In Heart of Darkness where Imperialism and Colonialism are the formidable thresholds; on the contrary, May Day sketches the paucity of aspiration. Kurtz forces Marlow to rethink his current beliefs after Marlow learns the effects of colonialism deep in the African Congo. In his tale, Marlow changes his views.
Ambivalences resulting from narrative aspects 2.
What seems to be missing it is the idea only. An idea at the back of it; not a sentimental pretence but an idea; and an unselfish belief in the idea — something you can set up, and bow down before, and offer a sacrifice to….