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Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad
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Heart of Darkness

106 ratings, 17 reviews

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Dakota Jzhuashussh

December 03, 2013

Boo

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Doug Janack

October 19, 2013

This book lives up to the greatness of its reputation. Rereading it after an interval of many years has magnified its power for me.

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David Selby

August 14, 2013

The most beautifully-written, memorable and perhaps meaningful novella I have ever had the pleasure of reading. If you're a fan of dark, complex classic literature, I would higly recommend giving it a read.

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Larry Noriega

June 04, 2013

Still sharp, pensive, astonishing after all these years. Read first as an undergraduate, then hastily when a graduate student. Cast my theoretical apparatus upon it and passed on to deeper thought. That was really a heart of darkness. Conrad remains the navigator of language and inexpressible meaning.

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Luiz da Motta

April 16, 2013

Astonishing. Now I will stay for a while meditating about it. And then re-read it as much as necessary

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Marie Whitworth

January 14, 2013

Learned about a period of history I knew nothing about. This is only the second Joseph Conrad book I've read. I find that his writing gives me a sense of place.

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Ebonee Mitchell

December 26, 2012

It was great

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Nadine Toma

December 05, 2012

Good

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Dawn Anderson

September 18, 2012

Good

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Roert Pearce

August 19, 2012

A compelling psychological thriller.

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Michael Glancy

July 03, 2012

Great story. A must read for Apocalypse Now fans

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Peggy Clark

March 10, 2012

Peggy

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Ed Keefer

February 05, 2012

Can see Marlon Brando as Kurtz

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Matt Fitzpatrick

January 18, 2012

A true classic, any man can relate to that heart of darkness and hear echoed in the futility of human endeavor 'the horror, the horror'

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Dan Flake

January 02, 2012

A compelling story reaching into the unspoken depths of the place in man's soul where, sometimes, greatness seems both noble and tragic.

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Willow Windle

December 27, 2011

It was an ok book :/

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Justin Beveridge

November 20, 2011

Pretty good