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Lord Jim

Full of pilgrims travelling to Mecca During an accident Jim along with captain and crew abandon the ship and passengers Ditched by the other crew members after the ship is dicovered and passen. Ponderous and difficult to follow but still a beautiful piece of work I say difficult to follow in the sense that Conrad did not always balance his action

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Lord Jim is a story written by author Joseph Conrad which focuses on the courage flaws character and thoughts of life Jim who is a young British seaman becomes the first mate of a ship which is. The outlook is bleak Conrad s last book of the nineteenth century offers the certainty that we can never be good enough if you are lucky disillusionment wi


10 thoughts on “Lord Jim

  1. says:

    If you are a serious student of Conrad you must read Typhoon Heart of Darkness and Lord Jim After reading Lord Jim a comparison with Heart of Darkness is unavoidable The two books were published a year apart; Conrad began Lord Jim first put it down to write and publish HOD and then finished the expanded Lord Ji

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    Jim no other name is given except the rather pretentious one of Lord which he acuires later on A son of an English clergyman who seeks adventure

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    The outlook is bleak Conrad's last book of the nineteenth century offers the certainty that we can never be good enough i

  4. says:

    Lord Jim is an incredibly frustrating book It's part imperial adventure part psychological study in the vein of Joseph Conrad's most famous work Heart of Darkness However whereas Heart was brief and elegant Lord Jim is a repetitive slog I spent as much time trying to figure out who was telling the story as I did

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    Ponderous and difficult to follow but still a beautiful piece of work I say difficult to follow in the sense that Conrad did not always balance his action and exposition in Lord Jim There were large sections of backstory or the minuti

  6. says:

    It has been over a week and a half since I last finished a book This is so extremely unusual I'm trying not to hold it agains the collection of books I've been reading that week in a half but at times it's hard I find myself eyeing Ulysses suspiciously poke The Reality Dysfunction every once in a while to see if it's moved

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    785 Lord Jim Joseph ConradLord Jim is a novel by Joseph Conrad originally published as a serial in Blackwood's Magazine from October 1899 to November 1900 An early and primary event in the story is the abandonment of a passenger ship in distress by its crew including a young British seaman named Jim He is publicly censu

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    So much to say about this novel One one hand it's an adventure tale but on the other it's a harbinger of the modern novel told from various points of view creating an almost cubist vision of one man's struggle with guilt and morality The prose is beautiful and the characters fascinating every one of them plagued by their own inner demons Jim himself is almost a younger version of Kurtz from Heart of Darkness but my favorite char

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    I generally only bother to review books I enjoyed especially since I'm not bothering much to go back to review those I read uite some time ago Lord Jim reuires a reviewWhy did I loathe this book so much I was an English major in co

  10. says:

    This is the classic tale of redemption a man running from himself for a momentary act of cowardice which brings lasting shame atones for it in the depths of the Eastern jungles Brilliantly plotted and beautifully written only the undertone of

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