"Heart of Darkness" by Joseph Conrad in "The Hollow Men" by T. S. Eliot.
People often have trouble clearly stating their obscure emotions and ideas; therefore they associate and realize these ideas through other literature, cinematography, or music. In his dream-like "The Hollow Men" T. S. Eliot uses allusion as a vehicle for his purpose. The purpose seems elusive to the author himself. Therefore, he employs a reference to classic literature to show his reader a glimpse of what he really means through a more explicit analysis the human soul. This purpose is to survey the human as a product of the society and compare fundamental questions about human aspirations…
- "Heart of Darkness" by Joseph Conrad --Exploitation of the African Natives
- "Heart of Darkness" by Joseph Conrad in "The Hollow Men" by T. S. Eliot.
- The Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad
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