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Las moscas simbolizan la muerte, porque siempre andan merodeando los cadáveres y el diablo tiene el apodo de “El Señor de las Moscas”. En El Corazón de las Tinieblas, las moscas aparecen notablemente cuando un esclavo muere en el capítulo uno y cuando Kurtz muere en el capítulo tres.