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Mephistopheles

by Joseph Conrad

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Heart of Darkness

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Jan 26,  · The papier-mâché Mephistopheles. The papier-mâché Mephistopheles is the name Marlow gives the brick-maker of the Central Station. He, at first glance, appears to be a kind soul, but it doesn’t take long for Marlow to discover that he isn’t: he is a “devil”, more than an enabler or the grim-reaper, but less than Lucifer.

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(FYI, Mephistopheles was the devil in another story, Faust.) Indeed, the man has many of the characteristics attributed to Satan. He's lazy, greedy, and ambitious—plus, he has that silver tongue to tempt people into sin.

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Mephistopheles: Mephistopheles, familiar spirit of the Devil in late settings of the legend of Faust. It is probable that the name Mephistopheles was invented for the historical Johann Georg Faust (c. –c. ) by the anonymous author of the first Faustbuch (). A latecomer in the infernal hierarchy. Sep 04,  · Passage Analysis of Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad.