Master of Arts
David M. Greene
This paper is an attempt to demonstrate that Charles Marlow, besides serving as a technical device for recording "Youth", "Heart of Darkness", and "Lord Jim", is also a significant, complex character who becomes increasingly aware of the nature of the romantic conscience and of meaning in life.
Bonser, Dennis, "The development of Marlow as character in four tales by Joseph Conrad: "Youth," "Heart of Darkness," Lord Jim and Chance''" (1969). Theses and Dissertations. 3713.