James Joyce's "araby"

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August 27, 2016

 

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This young boy, is completely mystified by this girl, but at the end, the girl is replaced by the girl with an "English accent" attending the booth at the bazaar. This shows the power and persuasiveness that England has at that time over Dublin. The antagonist in this story, which can easily be determined is the culture and life in Dublin...
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This young boy, is completely mystified by this girl, but at the end, the girl is replaced by the girl with an "English accent" attending the booth at the bazaar. This shows the power and persuasiveness that England has at that time over Dublin. The antagonist in this story, which can easily be determined is the culture and life in Dublin...
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