Heart of Darkness A Product of its Time
Heart of Darkness being written at the turn of the 19th century is a product of its time. During this time in history Imperialism was at its highest and Britain was everywhere as the saying goes, "The sun never sets on Great Britain", but during this time racism against minorities was at its highest aswell and Africans by many were considered by many to be inferior. Conrad's liberal use of derogatory outdated and offensive terminology can at time seem misplaced in our society but would have been the norm during the 19th century. Heart of Darkness reflects the colonial attititudes of the in…
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