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Joseph Conrad uses many obscure words to write his story in great detail.
The Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad's is a tale of a journey to the very depths of the African jungle during the British colonial period.
To me this book has too much description, and the paragraphs seem to just go on and on.
I purchased it for a class and actually enjoyed it - honestly I didn't think I would. I think everyone has a dark spot and Conrad knew how to illuminate the one in his characters.Published 4 days ago by Deb A. Longoria
It's a classic but not my style...bummed I had heard so many good things about the book, I found it a chore.Published 5 days ago by Frank T Stipe IV
A bit of a tough read but in the end, I found it worth the effort. The author's descriptive prose is some of the best I've read. Read morePublished 9 days ago by JimK
Oh my goodness. Seriously, this is given to teenagers to evaluate in English class? I'm an adult and have read tens of thousands of books and am a very fast reader. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
Not at all what I expected. This is not the fault of the author.Published 1 month ago by Shaun N. Dowd
Quintessential literature which provides a deeper perspective and interest into
Kubrick's "Apocalypse Now" and 19th and 20th century colonization by major world... Read more