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This essay situates Ford’s The Good Soldier and Conrad’s Lord Jim within metaphysical and epistemological debates to produce a broader (aesthetic, historical, and philosophical) and more nuanced assessment of the novels and the literary categories to which they belong. It also shows how Dowell’s method for finding the truth that matters to him produces his delusions and also marks him as a student of otiose Edwardian habits of knowing.

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