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"Araby", James Joyce

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  1. Introduction
  2. Characters involved in the story
  3. Description of the author's style of writing
  4. The chronological order in the story
  5. Description of the important scenes in the story
    1. Narrator as the romantic hero
    2. The lexical fields of the text
  6. The main themes and opposition of the short-story
    1. Relationship between adventure and romanticism
  7. Conclusion

This short story was written by James Joyce who lived from 1882 to 1941; it is an extract from Dubliners, published in 1914. The book is compound with several short stories which take place in Dublin, and deal with the monotone life of some citizens. The text is entitled "Araby" and tells the story of the unrequited love of a young boy trapped in his everyday life. The events are presented through the voice of an anonymous narrator and reveal his difficulty to escape from the routine and his prosaic life. The author tackles many themes and symbols which allow the reader to enter a dark world surrounded by frustration, sadness and reality.

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