Heart of Darkness

After Kurtz's death, Marlow falls deathly ill. As he compares his near-death experience with Kurtz's, Marlow recognizes a key difference- in his opinion, what makes him inferior to Kurtz?


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Marlow feels inferior to Kurtz. Marlow feels that at least Kurtz “had something to say". Kurtz had passion and purpose: Marlow felt he had nothing.