Lord Jim - Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 31 Summary

The next day, Jim traveled to Doramin's campong to convince the assembled men of the Bugis community of his plan and to tell them that decisive action was required. That night, the girl at Cornelius' house awakes Jim with a start. She gives him his revolver (which was by this time loaded) and as they walk outside she tells him that he was to be killed while he slept. At this he is angry, having had enough of these false alarms; he had thus far assumed the girl wanted him to do something for her.

Afraid for his safety, she wants him to flee to Doramin, but he refuses and means to confront his attackers. Together, they move to the storehouse at the other end of the courtyard. She thrusts the lit torch she had been carrying through the bars of the window...

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