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I don't think darkness is indefinitely evil and light is indefinitely good in the book. Marlow is uncomfortable with darkness because it's real and unfamiliar to him. The accountant for the company is described in all white, and he is an agent of a morally suspect operation. I would say that it is not so "black and white"...

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