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As powerful a condemnation of imperialism as has ever been written Observer Once experienced, it is hard to let Heart of Darkness go. A masterpiece of surprise, of expression and psychological nuance, of fury at colonial expansion and of how men make the least of life ... endlessly readable and worthy of rereading Telegraph --Amazon customer
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This book was required reading back when I was in high school. I had forgotten about it until it popped up as a recommended book after reading Poisonwood Bible. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Lauren
I was never all that clear about why this is a great book for the 21st Century world., but it was nice to read it again.Published 8 days ago by Tim
Amazingly thoughtful. Delves deeply into the inter workings of the self and how the unknown of the mind can be darker than the deepest isolated jungle. Read morePublished 10 days ago by FrugalShopper
Conrad, Joseph. Heart of Darkness
Several decades ago I was obliged to read Conrad’s Lord Jim, and was no more than moderately engaged. Read more
Not annotated! This is a poor copy with sections missing from the introduction and no sign of it ever having been an annotated edition. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Laurie Spigel
Powerful, gripping. It's a page turner. Conrad takes you to the heart of darkness in terms of geography and the human soul. You'll not be the same after you read it. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Joanna Poppink
Can't even believe I read this stupid dumb book ugh. F r d d. D d d d
This book is not for everyone. The exploration of a dark continent is rough and terrifying. Still intriguing to many.Published 17 days ago by Vonna D. Grotz