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Discuss the ways in which attraction and revulsion are linked in one text

In Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness we find the protagonist Marlowe, a man of adventure having sailed many a sea living in era of the Victorian explorer David Livingstone who had not long returned from his African expedition in 1890. 756 more words


Heart of Darkness

I have just read Heart of Darkness, written by Joseph Conrad. Not quite what I expected. My main understanding of this book was the film, Apocalypse Now. 1,266 more words


Our American Society for Microbiology Meeting Winners

The South Carolina Branch of the American Society for Microbiology held it’s spring meeting on April 11th, at Furman University and Clemson Students Won Awards. 139 more words


Brando and Eliot in shadows

My brush with Brando was gratifyingly bizarre. I was helping to run a college cinema club; shortly before one evening showing, there was a phone call: Marlon Brando was in the area filming (news to us), and would he be able to see our film? 924 more words


Dogs in Coats

Running by the Farmington River this afternoon, among dogs in coats and people in sparkling new running shoes and clothes, a few things popped in now that 2014 is out of its misery. 526 more words


Kurtz and the Silence of the Horror

The echo of Kurtz’s final words resonates clearer and louder than ever. The horror. The horror. The last whispers of the charismatic and ruthless leader are the seal over the experience of the absurd violence ruling human existence. 672 more words


Edgar Tschupp

Edgar Tschupp
birth: 22 Jun 1913, Elkhart, Elkhart County, Indiana to Maurice Edgar Tschupp (1892 – 1975) and Bertha Anna Kurtz (1894 – 1956)
death: 8 Feb 1957, Phoenix, Arizona… 142 more words

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