The Hypocrisy of Imperialism in "Heart of Darkness"
And indeed nothing is easier for a man who has, as the phrase goes, "followed the sea" with reverence and affection, than to evoke the great spirit of the past upon the lower reaches of the Thames...It had known and served all the men of whom the nation is proud, from Sir Francis Drake to Sir John Franklin, knights all, titled and untitled--the great knights-errant of the sea. (302)
The unnamed narrator sits aboard a pleasure ship called the Nellie, along with four other men, including Marlow. …
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