Lord Jim - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25 Summary

On the visit to the Rajah Marlow alluded to earlier in the book, Jim explains to Marlow that this – Tunku Allang's courtyard – is the place where he was held prisoner for three days. They meet Tunku Allang, who Marlow is amazed to see is fearful of Jim. They are brought two cups of coffee and Jim tells Marlow that he needn't drink. When they take their leave, Marlow is confounded as to why Jim would risk drinking coffee that could easily be poisoned. He says that he does it at least once a month, and that the Rajah is probably afraid of him, because he is not afraid of their coffee.

As they leave in the boat, Jim points out to Marlow, the place on the north front of the stockade where he leapt over and made his escape as well as the...

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