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MonkeyNotes-Lord Jim by Joseph Conrad
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QUESTIONS

1. Compare and/or contrast the settings of the novel. 2. What is the main theme of the novel and how is it developed? 3. Discuss the plot structure of the novel. 4. Discuss the symbolism used in the novel. 5. How did Jim's uncontrolled imagination lead to his tragic end? 6. Describe Marlow. Discuss his role in the novel. 7. Describe Stein. Discuss his role in the novel. 8. Discuss Jim's rise to Tuan Jim. 9. Describe Jewel. Discuss her role in Jim's life. 10. Show how the main focus of the novel revolves around the conflict in Jim's life.


11. Explain the shift in the novel from Jim's mind to Marlow's objective viewpoint.

12. Explain the importance of Brierly's sad death to the novel. 13. Explain the significance of Brown to the plot development. 14. Explain the central Mood in the novel and how it is developed.

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