Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness
Infobase Publishing, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 163 pages
Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness is not simply a critique of colonialism in the Congo; it is an examination of the human tendency toward self-endangering corruptibility. In this updated collection of critical essays, master literary scholar Harold Bloom suggests that this resonant work has taken on the power of myth.
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