Before Marlow embarks on his journey, he is examined by a company doctor.
Which single sentence foreshadows that Marlow's journey will be psychological as well as physical?
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"'Good, good for there,' he mumbled, and then with a certain eagerness asked me whether I would let him measure my head. Rather surprised, I said 'yes,' when he produced a thing like calipers and got the dimensions back and front and every way, taking notes carefully. ... 'I always ask leave, in the interest of science, to measure the crania of those going out there,' he said. "And when they come back, too?' I asked. 'Oh, I never see them,' he remarked, 'and moreover, the changes take place inside, you know.'"