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Dieses book: "Das Herz der Finsternis / middle of Darkness - Zweisprachige Ausgabe (Deutsch-Englisch) / Bilingual version (German-English)" ist mit einem detaillierten und dynamischen Inhaltsverzeichnis versehen und wurde sorgfältig korrekturgelesen. Diese Zweisprachige Ausgabe hilft dem Leser Joseph Conrad besser zu verstehen und zu interpretieren, ist praktisch beim Nachschlagen und sehr nützlich um Englisch / Deutsch als Fremdsprache zu Lernen oder zu Lehren.
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Herz der Finsternis ist eine Erzählung aus dem Jahre 1899 von Joseph Conrad.
Zur Inhalt: Auf der nächtlich an der Themsemündung in Gravesend stillliegenden Seeyacht Nellie erzählt der ehemalige Seemann Marlow seinen vier Freunden, die das Band der See eint, eine Episode aus seinem Leben. Er beschreibt seine Sehnsucht, die letzten weißen Flecken des Globus kennenzulernen, und wie sie nach einigen Mühen dazu führte, dass er Flusskapitän wurde.
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Heart of Darkness is a brief novel by means of Joseph Conrad, released in 1899.
Plot: Aboard the Nellie, anchored within the River Thames close to Gravesend, England, Charles Marlow tells his fellow sailors concerning the occasions that resulted in his appointment as captain of a river-steamboat for an ivory buying and selling corporation. He describes his passage on ships to the barren region to the Company's station down the Congo River in important Africa.

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Dieses book: "Das Herz der Finsternis / middle of Darkness - Zweisprachige Ausgabe (Deutsch-Englisch) / Bilingual version (German-English)" ist mit einem detaillierten und dynamischen Inhaltsverzeichnis versehen und wurde sorgfältig korrekturgelesen. Diese Zweisprachige Ausgabe hilft dem Leser Joseph Conrad besser zu verstehen und zu interpretieren, ist praktisch beim Nachschlagen und sehr nützlich um Englisch / Deutsch als Fremdsprache zu Lernen oder zu Lehren.
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This conscientiously crafted e-book: "Das Herz der Finsternis / middle of Darkness - Zweisprachige Ausgabe (Deutsch-Englisch) / Bilingual variation (German-English)" is formatted to your eReader with a useful and distinct desk of contents. This bilingual version is helping the reader to appreciate and to interpret Joseph Conrad greater, is functional for having a look up textual content passages and intensely necessary for studying and educating German / English language via vintage literature.
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Herz der Finsternis ist eine Erzählung aus dem Jahre 1899 von Joseph Conrad.
Zur Inhalt: Auf der nächtlich an der Themsemündung in Gravesend stillliegenden Seeyacht Nellie erzählt der ehemalige Seemann Marlow seinen vier Freunden, die das Band der See eint, eine Episode aus seinem Leben. Er beschreibt seine Sehnsucht, die letzten weißen Flecken des Globus kennenzulernen, und wie sie nach einigen Mühen dazu führte, dass er Flusskapitän wurde.
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Heart of Darkness is a brief novel by means of Joseph Conrad, released in 1899.
Plot: Aboard the Nellie, anchored within the River Thames close to Gravesend, England, Charles Marlow tells his fellow sailors concerning the occasions that resulted in his appointment as captain of a river-steamboat for an ivory buying and selling corporation. He describes his passage on ships to the barren region to the Company's station down the Congo River in important Africa.

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I stood within the doorway, peering, and the arrows got here in swarms. they could were poisoned, yet they regarded as if they would not kill a cat. The bush started to howl. Our wood-cutters raised a warlike whoop; the record of a rifle simply at my again deafened me. i peeked over my shoulder, and the pilot-house used to be but filled with noise and smoke whilst I made a touch on the wheel. The fool-nigger had dropped every little thing, to throw the shutter open and enable off that Martini-Henry. He stood ahead of the broad commencing, evident, and that i yelled at him back, whereas I straightened the surprising twist out of that steamboat. there has been no room to show no matter if I had desired to, the snag was once someplace very close to forward in that rejected smoke, there has been no time to lose, so I simply crowded her into the bank—right into the financial institution, the place I knew the water was once deep. "We tore slowly alongside the overhanging trees in a whirl of damaged twigs and flying leaves. The fusillade lower than stopped brief, as I had foreseen it's going to while the squirts acquired empty. I threw my head again to a glinting whizz that traversed the pilot-house, in at one shutter-hole and out on the different. having a look earlier that mad helmsman, who used to be shaking the empty rifle and yelling on the shore, I observed imprecise sorts of males working bent double, jumping, gliding, detailed, incomplete, evanescent. whatever giant seemed within the air prior to the shutter, the rifle went overboard, and the fellow stepped again rapidly, checked out me over his shoulder in a unprecedented, profound, primary demeanour, and fell upon my toes. The facet of his head hit the wheel two times, and the tip of what seemed a protracted cane clattered around and knocked over a bit camp-stool. It appeared as if after wrenching that factor from anyone ashore he had misplaced his stability within the attempt. the skinny smoke had blown away, we have been away from the snag, and looking out forward i'll see that during one other hundred yards or so i'd be loose to sheer off, clear of the financial institution; yet my toes felt so particularly warm and rainy that I needed to glance down. the fellow had rolled on his again and stared instantly up at me; either his fingers clutched that cane. It was once the shaft of a spear that, both thrown or lunged during the establishing, had stuck him within the part slightly below the ribs; the blade had long gone in out of sight, after creating a frightful gash; my sneakers have been complete; a pool of blood lay very nonetheless, sparkling dark-red lower than the wheel; his eyes shone with an grand luster. The fusillade burst out back. He checked out me anxiously, gripping the spear like whatever important, with an air of being afraid i might attempt to take it clear of him. I needed to take the time to unfastened my eyes from his gaze and attend to the steerage. With one hand I felt above my head for the road of the steam-whistle, and jerked out screech after screech hurriedly. The tumult of offended and warlike yells used to be checked immediately, after which from the depths of the woods went out any such tremulous and lengthy wail of mournful worry and utter depression as can be purported to keep on with the flight of the final wish from the earth.

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