Lord Jim - Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 35 Summary

The next morning, with Jim accompanying him on the first stage of the journey, Marlow sets off back to the 'real world'. They disembark on a small stretch of white beach, and two men – the old head-man and his son-in-law – from the small nearby fishing village tell Jim of a problem between themselves and the Rajah's men over some turtle eggs. First, however, Jim sees Marlow off. They will never meet again unless Jim is to leave Patusan and return to the outside world. They shake hands and Marlow is taken back to the schooner in a small boat.

Chapter 35 Analysis

Jim's mood is gloomy. He has gotten his good name back, but he wishes for more. He then admonishes himself, saying that he will hold what he has. The weight of his responsibility to keep the people safe rests heavily on Jim...

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