Analysis Of Hard Of Darkness By Joseph Concrad

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Joseph Concrad’s Hard of Darkness Heart of Darkness follows one man's nightmarish journey into the interior of Africa Aboard a British ship called the Nellie, three men listen to a dude named Marlow recount his journey into Africa as an agent for the Company, a Belgian ivory trading firm. Along the way, he witnesses brutality and hate between colonizers and the native African people, becomes entangled in a power struggle within the Company, and finally learns the truth about the mysterious Kurtz, a mad agent who has become both a god and a prisoner of the "native Africans." (Concrad, 2012). In the “Secret Agent” by Joseph Concrad is somehow similar to the Hard of darkness where in the themes were used of terrorism, politics and human identity and power for sure. In the Secret Agent it talks mainly about the power of the …show more content…
This essay will argue mainly about how Concrad in both the text didn’t use any of the characters or their ideas and without passing any judgments on them instead, he has presented how the politics has effected on the human life in the Secret Agent and in the Hard of Darkness it was mainly focused on the human identity which were shown as cruelty of human power over the native Africans by the Europeans being the real evil on earth.
Every individual have their own rights and so do some have their own rights as well as others right as well. In Heart of Darkness the Native Africans are willing to do some pretty nasty things to get their rights upon freedom from the Europe, who actually cuts off somebody's head of the Native Africans, and they simply wish unfortunate and unpleasant illness on their coworkers. Not only that but the Europeans true nature could be seen, where the Native Africans, to be seen as to be dominated but no one has ever imagined what could bring up in future that who can or must be having power to rule upon. Although Marlow seems to be a very independent

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