WPQ 6 - Kevin Pintauro February 26, 2008 WPQ 6 121 S 06 2....

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Kevin Pintauro February 26, 2008 WPQ 6 121 S 06 2. Marlow seems a little uneasy and unsure about the interview because there is a lot of violence in the region and the very same violence is an indirect cause of him being interviewed in the first place. The doctor gives him his required physical so he can sail off to meet his employers in person. He also meets his aunt before he goes. I thought that this was almost like a possible “farewell” type of goodbye in that he knows there is a chance that something may happen to him on his journey. The phrase, I think, is sort of a motto that gives advice, or a warning, to people telling them to “be calm, be calm”. It sets up a murky expectation that is not to attract attention and to him and to just blend in while he’s there. 6. The land and its natives are depicted as uncivilized and otherwise ignorant to the whole world as anyone else may see it. The land is more natural and the people have adapted to the land more so than perhaps we may adapt land to ourselves in the West. Because they are “uncivilized” they are said to be “inhumane” and it made me think
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENG 121 taught by Professor Fajardo-acosta during the Spring '08 term at Creighton.

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WPQ 6 - Kevin Pintauro February 26, 2008 WPQ 6 121 S 06 2....

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