He is one of the most visible characters in the novel. He is a seaman with a healthy obsession with Africa. The man is different from the others people and lives in his specific world. Being a young boy, he had a desire to explore the places that nobody visited and one day he finally stood on the shipboard. The rest of his life is connected with the sea.
This character is inquisitive and skeptical, and these qualities led him to the great adventures. He realized that inside each man there is darkness and at the end of the story he became more sensitive to surrounding people.
Charlie Marlow in the Essays