He acknowledges that the potential of man to act inhumanly towards fellow man was one of the greatest sins.
Marlow noted that man can choose to be humane and should be seen in action rather than mere words (Conrad 51).
It covers the various types of darkness experienced by the main character.
First, there is the literal sense which is the darkness of the wilderness in the country.
As Marlow went on in his journey he discovered his own inner being that made him distinct from the rest of Europeans.
As he reflected on the Congo River and his life, the desire to find the truth and face reality grew.
Heart of Darkness is a novel published in the wake of the twentieth century (1902).
It was authored by Joseph Conrad and Charlie Marlow is the main character.
He is annoyed by the cruelty of the Europeans towards Africans.
The natives were facing poor treatment and were experiencing forced labor from the whites.