Well actually, I have asked some different questions about different assignments as some friends asked me! Haha, I thought you might help them out as well. About the thing I have written myself:
I have written a short piece of the novel seen from the perspective of a native. The native with the perspective t is present in the "grove of death" scene and is the boy that is getting the biscuit. Before arrival at the grove of death I put in an introduction of the "white people" (the imperialists). I show some aspects of the story from the experiences of the savages:
-the uncertainty of the savages
-the themes and motifes considering nature that are present in the book (power of nature and nature reclaiming)
-The imperialist (cruelties)
-The inefficiency in the congo
-True intentions are not revealed
That is my progress, but I need some literary devices to actually show these things come back a little more. Any suggestions are welcome. But I can understand that what I ask is a bit vague!