marlow tells us the glimpse of the steamboat had for some reason filled those savages with understanding grief
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Marlowe specifically states that he doesn't think the natives "want" to attack. He believes that the cries he hears in the fog are sorrowful, that they're fuill of grief, not preparing for war. They're starving.