Another example of this dream world that girls are in occurs when Marlow tells the Intended of Kurtz's last words. Like Marlow's aunt, the Supposed represents women of Victorian England in that her truth was predicated on "the faith that was at her. . . that great and saving illusion that shone with an unearthly shine in the darkness" (133). To Marlow, women must live in a perfect world: "They-the women I mean-are out of it-should be out of it. We should help them in which to stay that..