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Sherry devotes another chapter to proving that, instead, “at least in part the inspiration for Kurtz” was Klein’s immediate superior, the highly enterprising Belgian military officer Arthur Hodister. According to Sherry, Hodister was well known as a man of considerable ability and integrity; he was responsible for some intrepid exploring, collected a large quantity of ivory, did some writing for newspapers in Belgium, and had influential friends in Europe. Though Conrad probably never met Hodister personally, Sherry is convinced that he must have heard of him from various sources, much as Marlow hears of Kurtz in the story.
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And of course there will have to be a great deal more than that, always supposing you to be as scrupulous as was Conrad in this matter of justification. For Conrad—and for the matter of that the writer—was never satisfied that he had really and sufficiently got his characters in; he was never convinced that he had convinced the reader; this accounting for the great lengths of some of his books. He never introduced a character, however subsidiary, without providing that character with ancestry and hereditary characteristics, or at least with home surroundings—always supposing that character had any influence on the inevitability of the story.
A Bee Stung Me, So I Killed All the Fish (Notes from the Homeland, 2003-2006) by George Saunders