Lord Jim

Which character commits suicide after hearing Jim's testimony?


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Brierly kills himself shortly after he hears Jim's testimony.

As I looked at him, flanking on one side the unassuming pale-faced magistrate who presided at the inquiry, his self-satisfaction presented to me and to the world a surface as hard as granite. He committed suicide very soon after.


Lord Jim/ Chapter Six