My intention in this paper is first to present and very briefly substantiate Wilson Harris's interpretation of Heart of Darkness, then move on to Patrick White's A Fringe of Leaves and Harris's story Yorukon to show how t~ese authors' treatment of cannibalism suggests a clear progress on Conrad's approach to primitive people.



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