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What does this mean? Marlow says, ‚ÄúThere was nothing either above or below [Kurt‚Ķ.He had kicked himself loose of the earth.‚ÄĚ



A. Kurtz has no morals anymore.
B. Kurtz isn t long for life on earth.
C. Kurtz will soon float away in his own mind.
D. Kurtz has attained god-like status.

This question is part of Heart of Darkness part 3

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H. callum

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H. callum, Content Writer, BA, Birmingham, Albama

Answered on May 10, 2019

In Heart of Darkness, there is a crucial character called Kurtz. This was a novel written by Joseph Conrad. Kurtz was described as a man who traded ivory in Africa. He would most likely be considered to be the antagonist because he goes against the protagonist known as Charles Marlow.

This was a book about Marlow’s account when his friends were on a boat. Marlow is obsessed with Kurtz. This area in Africa is believed to be dark and dangerous. Kurtz eventually dies near the end of the book when he becomes sick. Marlow says, “There was nothing either above or below – Kurt…He had kicked himself loose of the earth.” This means that Kurtz had no morals anymore based on his actions.

amcjilton

Amcjilton

Answered on Oct 19, 2017

Kurtz has no morals anymore.

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