Heart of Darkness

As the steamer sits anchored in the fog. Marlow says that the idea of an attack is inconceivable to him because of the nature of the noise. In Section II, what are some other ways Conrad depicts Marlow differences from the other whites on the steamer?

The pilgrims fear an attack.

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Marlow is not impressed with the other whites on the boat. He finds them fat, greedy, pink skinned creatures only concerned with exploiting Africa and self-gratification. Marlow even prefers the cannibals to the pilgrims. He thinks that unlike the Pilgrims, these cannibals show "restraint".