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Contrast the "conclusion" to Jane Eyre (chap. 38, pp. 382-385) to the last pages of Heart of Darkness (the interview with the Intended and the frame narrators close pp. 73-77). How do these two concluding episodes differ, both in the substance of the stories told and in the **narrators voices and manner of narration?** Finally, in what ways is each
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Unformatted text preview: episode characteristic in it's substance and narration of the novel it brings to a conclusion? End of HoD: defeatist attitude after a long haul of disappointment and awakening, in terms of Marlowe, the main character. End of JE:...
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