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This thesis focuses on the dark side of human nature implied in the novel Heart of Darkness (1902) by Joseph Conrad (1857-1924. The dark side of human nature finds its ready expression in the cruel oppression and exploitation of the colonialists or imperialists. Kurtz, the main character in the novel, is characterized by his greed for material gain and power, his cruel behavior towards the natives, his sense of superiority to the marginalized, and his dominance in discourse over the colonialdoi:10.17265/1539-8080/2017.02.005 fatcat:ubim565sivddvda4r2vm33o37a