Describe the return of Marlow to Brussels?
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Marlow's return to Europe is subdued. Ironically he feels European oppression even when he returns to Europe. Marlow has Kurtz's letters and a bespectacled representative of the Company tries to get them but Marlow refuses. Marlow attempts to share the letters with Kurtz's cousin and his fiancé. In both cases these people have no idea of what Kurtz had become or what the situation was behind his letters.