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What irony is present in Marlow's meeting with Kurtz?



A. Kurtz is on a stretcher, yet he commands the native audience.
B. Kurtz is extremely tall, yet he has a very small voice.
C. The Russian won t let Marlow meet Kurtz, yet he does anyway.
D. Kurtz accepts his fate, yet still tries to escape from the natives.

This question is part of Heart of Darkness part 3
Asked by Amcjilton, Last updated: Feb 12, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Apr 01, 2017

Kurtz is on a stretcher, yet he commands the native audience.

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