by Joseph Conrad
Lord Jim Chapter 32 Summary
- After Jim questions the would-be assassins, he orders them to jump into the river. Harsh.
- Shortly after this adventure, Jim and Jewel start a romantic relationship.
- Back home, Jim starts telling Marlow about how his heroics have redeemed him from the Patna debacle, but Marlow is less than convinced.
- Seizing an opportunity to get some dirt on her man, Jewel pulls Marlow aside for a little heart to heart.