The Wealthy Pauper: Kurtz Establishing the Utopia of the Poor in Joseph Conrad’s ‘Heart of Darkness’

Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness has long been the toast of English criticism since its publication in 1899. The novella’s dense allusions and controversial imagery sparked heated debates about the European colonization cause and Africa’s exploited description and past, with counter-readings and deferring opinions ranging from the meaning of “darkness” to the implications of the … Continue reading The Wealthy Pauper: Kurtz Establishing the Utopia of the Poor in Joseph Conrad’s ‘Heart of Darkness’

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