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Sarah NewmanHOD Pt. 1 Study GuidePart One:Characters on Board the Nellie:-unnamed narrator 1, Marlow (narrator 2 and a man who “does not represent hisclass” because he crosses boundaries-The Lawyer (represents ethics which correlates tot he treatment of the natives-The Accountant (represents money which is the force behind colonialism)-The Director Of Companies who is the host and the captain (he represents Marlowerole in the Congo as the pilot and leader)Repeating Theme: waiting-waiting for the flood to recede (on the nellie)-Waiting for help (the Congo people as a whole)-Waiting for rivets (Marlow is waiting for these for his steamer)Congo River Comparison to a Snake (charming Marlow like a “bird”)-shake symbolizes evil, death, deception-This also symbolizes that people can be silly little birds and may be charmed by evil(ex: Marlow)How Marlow Views the Africans:-he views them for what they are, slaves-The first men he sees are “ chained and emaciated (meaning abnormally thin andweak)”1
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