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After the glow of the honeymoon has died down Mr. Waythorn begins to realize that his perception of who Alice was before they got married was probably wrong. Alice is revealed to be more complicated as a character than we are initially presented with based on the perception of her current husband, so for this reason she is a round character. 2. Exposition We find Mr. Waythorn who is newly married to Alice Waythorn, waiting eagerly for his wife to get home because they were supposed to have a romantic dinner. When she gets home she tells him that her first husband Mr. Haskett would like to assert his rights to see his daughter, Lily, who is critically ill and only has a short time to live.
“Journey to the Inner Station.” Bloom’s Modern Critical Interpretations: Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness. Ed. Harold Bloom New York: Blooms Literary Criticism, 2008. 5-17. Print.