A Short Essay On Conrad Black's Depiction Of Women

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These roles though limited in their descriptions, are meant to represent the commonly perceived (as well as extremely stereotypical) positions of women in society, i.e.: the mother, the whore and the dutiful Lady/virgin. Conrad describes the aunt as a "dear and enthusiastic soul...ready to do anything, anything for [Marlow]," (pg...
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34). The mistress is described as "savage and superb, wild-eyed and magnificent; there was something ominous and stately in her deliberate progress," (pg. 101). While in contrast, Kurtz's fiancee is described as ready to listen without mental reservation, without suspicion, without a thought for herself," (pg...
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