Corazon de las Tinieblas (Heart of Darkness) [NOOK Book]

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Corazón de las Tinieblas es una novela escrita por Joseph Conrad. Antes de su publicación 1902, apareció como una serie de tres partes (1899) en Blackwood's Magazine. Es ampliamente considerado como una obra importante de la literatura Inglés y parte del canon ...
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Corazon de las Tinieblas (Heart of Darkness)

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Corazón de las Tinieblas es una novela escrita por Joseph Conrad. Antes de su publicación 1902, apareció como una serie de tres partes (1899) en Blackwood's Magazine. Es ampliamente considerado como una obra importante de la literatura Inglés y parte del canon occidental.
Cuenta la historia de Charles Marlow, un inglés que tuvo una misión en el extranjero de una empresa comercial belga como un capitán de ferry en África. Corazón de las tinieblas expone el lado oscuro de la colonización europea, mientras que la exploración de los tres niveles de oscuridad que el protagonista, Marlow, los encuentros: la oscuridad de la selva del Congo, la oscuridad del tratamiento de los europeos cruel de los indígenas, y la oscuridad insondable en todos los ser humano para cometer actos atroces del mal. A pesar de Conrad no da el nombre del río, en el momento de redactar el Estado Libre del Congo, la ubicación de los grandes e importantes del río Congo, es una colonia privada del rey Leopoldo II de Bélgica. En la historia, Marlow se emplea para el transporte río abajo de marfil. Sin embargo, su tarea más urgente es devolver Kurtz, otro comerciante de marfil, a la civilización, en un encubrimiento. Kurtz tiene una reputación en toda la región.
Esta historia simbólica es una historia dentro de una historia narrativa o el marco. De ello se deduce Marlow como relata desde el atardecer hasta la noche, a un grupo de hombres a bordo de un barco anclado en el estuario del Támesis a su aventura congolesa. El paso del tiempo y el cielo oscuro en la narrativa ficticia-en paralelo-la narrativa-la atmósfera de la historia.
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  • BN ID: 2940012292421
  • Publisher: eBook Languages . Com
  • Publication date: 3/1/2011
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 96 KB

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