Though born of both Polish and British ancestry and not yet fluent in English until he was a young adult, Joseph Conrad is correctly considered one of history’s best writers to have worked in the English language. A novella just like The Turn of the Screw, Conrad’s Heart of Darkness is a veritable master class in some of the finest prose ever rendered in English. This book also does much to cast light upon the problematic stance taken by Great Britain in areas such as Imperialism at the turn of the century.
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