That was evident in such things as the deplorable state of the station.
Kurtz’s knowledge of unexplored regions must have been necessarily extensive and peculiar—owing to his great abilities and to the deplorable circumstances in which he had been placed: therefore’—I assured him Mr. Kurtz’s knowledge, however extensive, did not bear upon the problems of commerce or administration.
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We deplore the government’s treatment of political prisoners.