Annotations for Lord Jim


Baker & Taylor
A young Englishman branded as a coward seeks personal redemption for an act of selfishness.

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Blackwell North Amer
Lord Jim (1900) is a story of ships and the sea and quasi-imperial adventure, and a profound exploration of courage, honour, and man's conduct in an imperfect world. Jim's single act of cowardice blights his life and the atonement he demands of himself is absolute.

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Oxford University Press
Lord Jim (1900) is a story of ships and the sea and quasi-imperial adventure, and a profound exploration of courage, honor, and man's conduct in an imperfect world. Jim's single act of cowardice blights his life and the atonement he demands of himself is absolute.


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