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I would not say that he is a static character, as the way we perceive him changes constantly throughout the story. In many ways we see Jim as an ambiguous character, his path starting as a villain in the beginning. However, as we read and get to know him, we get to see beyond all of his actions and perceive some kind of goodness. Without calling him a Saint, he becomes more... goodly tainted. Even though he stays liberal the entire time, living by the beat if his own drum, his way of thinking does changes, as does our opinion of him.
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