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Unformatted text preview: Elizabeth R. Katzki Comparison Heart of Darkness Apocalypse Now Marlow Willard Has a more active sense of adventure Gives a stronger impression at first; loses it slowly as he goes into HOD. Talks about life before the war. Looking for adventure and knowledge, rather that war and violence. Isn’t actively seeking any- thing from his time in Vietnam. Only has one real clip about life before the war. Seems more ruthless, even though I know he’s not; it could be b/c it’s a movie. Looking to kill; looking for war. VERY OBSERVANT! Go slowly into the HOD; showing a lot of the same reactions to similar events. Searching for something, and find HOD. Both are obsessed with Kurtz to a creepy degree. Part B: Is Willard a Conrad hero? Why or why not? At times, he is, and at times, he is not. Nevertheless, if I have to choose a definite answer, I will say that he is not. When dealing with a wounded Vietnamese woman, he takes the brute way out, and shoots her, so that she falls dead; that is not what a morally...
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2008 for the course BIOLOGY 101 taught by Professor Don'tknow during the Summer '04 term at Johns Hopkins.
- Summer '04
- Heart of Darkness, Darkness, Marlow, Kurtz