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Marlow refers to Kurtz as "hollow at the core" (Section 3). What can the reader infer from this?
Kurtz has become so sick with malaria that his internal organs are shutting down.
Kurtz has become so evil that he has no redeeming qualities any longer.
Kurtz has no soul and doesn't realize what he has become, a man who is more savage than civilized.
Kurtz has become so savage that he has no feelings for European custom any longer.
Kurtz has no feelings for his Intended any longer, so his heart has become empty.