Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in English and University Honors
Joseph Conrad (1857-1924). Lord Jim -- Criticism and interpretation, Joseph Conrad (1857-1924). Lord Jim -- Examinations
The structural complexity of Lord Jim has received a wide array of critical attention. My research aims to address this issue, with special attention to how the changes in narrative reflect the larger political problem of locating authority that emerged at the turn of the century when the novel was published. I argue that by presenting multiple conflicting sources and narratives, Lord Jim actively involves readers in an illustration of this dilemma.
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Wegener, Madison, "A Question of Belief: The Narrative of Joseph Conrad's Lord Jim" (2016). University Honors Theses. Paper 328.