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Overview

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Author

Joseph Conrad

Year Published

1900

Type

Novel

Genre

Adventure, Drama

Perspective and Narrator

The events of Lord Jim are initially described by an omniscient third person narrator. In Chapter 5, the story becomes a first-person narrative, taken over by the character Marlow.

Tense

Lord Jim is written in the past tense.

About the Title

Lord Jim refers to the novel's central character—a disgraced seaman whose quest for redemption earns him the moniker "Lord Jim."

Summary

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