Dubliners (Hardback)
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Dubliners (Hardback)

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Hardback 264 Pages / Published: 01/03/2005
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Dubliners was first published in 1914. The book depicts middle-class Catholic life in Dublin at the beginning of the twentieth century. The topics related in the opening stories include the disappointments of childhood, the frustrations of adolescence, and the importance of sexual awakening. Joyce was 25 years old when he wrote this miscellaneous collection of short stories, among which 'The Dead' is probably the most famous. Considered at the time as a literary experiment, they are refreshingly original and as surprising at the beginning of this century as they were at the beginning of the last.

With an Afterword by Peter Harness.

Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 9781904919537
Number of pages: 264
Weight: 167 g
Dimensions: 157 x 104 x 15 mm

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“Grey days in Dublin.”

I came to this book having never read Joyce before and this time out only for the purposes of revision for exams. I know that many people regard this book extremely highly but I found it to be rather dull. The stories... More

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“Betwixt and between”

A series of short stories, but not satisfying like a Guy de Maupassant. Apart from the last chapter, they are more observational of lives in Dublin than « stories ». Very little character development or purpose in the... More

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