Heart of Darkness

“Try to be civil, Marlow,” growled a voice, and I knew there was at least one listener awake besides myself (137).

Joseph Conrad, “Heart of Darkness”, in Heart of Darkness and Other Tales (New York: Oxford University Press Inc., 2002), 137.

Function of the external narrative? The significance of the framing and the relationship between the main plot and the outer frame?

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