Essay on heart of darkness

Submitted By roygilmore
Words: 1055
Pages: 5

I would also choose this text. One of the things that I look for in a prompt is a means by which to keep the AP reader interested. As a result, I would discuss the multiple intepretations of the meaning "the horror, the horror," in describing Kurtz's last revelation. This works perfectly because the meaning of the text is ambiguous. It is unclear exactly what Conrad would like to the reader to take out of the text. I would suggest that Kurtz came to the realization that his life's work was meaningless which is surely something horrible due to the fact he would never have the chance to reap the benefits. He had wasted his entire life in Africa. This epiphany scene would be sure to pique the interest of the readerI would also choose this text. One of the things that I look for in a prompt is a means by which to keep the AP reader interested. As a result, I would discuss the multiple intepretations of the meaning "the horror, the horror," in describing Kurtz's last revelation. This works perfectly because the meaning of the text is ambiguous. It is unclear exactly what Conrad would like to the reader to take out of the text. I would suggest that Kurtz came to the realization that his life's work was meaningless which is surely something horrible due to the fact he would never have the chance to reap the benefits. He had wasted his entire life in Africa. This epiphany scene would be sure to pique the interest of the readerI would also choose this text. One of the things that I look for in a prompt is a means by which to keep the AP reader interested. As a result, I would discuss the multiple intepretations of the meaning "the horror, the horror," in describing Kurtz's last revelation. This works perfectly because the meaning of the text is ambiguous. It is unclear exactly what Conrad would like to the reader to take out of the text. I would suggest that Kurtz came to the realization that his life's work was meaningless which is surely something horrible due to the fact he would never have the chance to reap the benefits. He had wasted his entire life in Africa. This epiphany scene would be sure to pique the interest of the readerI would also choose this text. One of the things that I look for in a prompt is a means by which to keep the AP reader interested. As a result, I would discuss the multiple intepretations of the meaning "the horror, the horror," in describing Kurtz's last revelation. This works perfectly because the meaning of the text is ambiguous. It is unclear exactly what Conrad would like to the reader to take out of the text. I would suggest that Kurtz came to the realization that his life's work was meaningless which is surely something horrible due to the fact he would never have the chance to reap the benefits. He had wasted his entire life in Africa. This epiphany scene would be sure to pique the interest of the readerI would also choose this text. One of the things that I look for in a prompt is a means by which to keep the AP reader interested. As a result, I would discuss the multiple intepretations of the meaning "the horror, the horror," in describing Kurtz's last revelation. This works perfectly because the meaning of the text is ambiguous. It is unclear exactly what Conrad would like to the reader to take out of the text. I would suggest that Kurtz came to the realization that his life's work was meaningless which is surely something horrible due to the fact he would never have the chance to reap the benefits. He had wasted his entire life in Africa. This epiphany scene would be sure to pique the interest of the readerI would also choose this text. One of the things that I look for in a prompt is a means by which to keep the AP reader interested. As a result,…