Narrator and point of view of Araby by James Joyce

One good example of this is the narrator in the short story, Araby, by James Joyce.
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Araby: How the Setting Reinforces the Theme and Characters

William York Tindall, one of thepioneers of Joyce studies in the United States, held that the work Joyce had in mind was one byAbednego Sellar, as the author's name reinforces the materialistic themesof "Araby." Joyce's anti-clerical views also support this choice, asAbednego was a Protestant clergyman -- as was James Ford, the author of athird book by this title in print at the time.

James Joyce’s uses the boy in “Araby” to expose a story of isolation and lack of control....
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The atmosphere and setting in James Joyce's "Araby".

If you make a list of just the adjectives in "Araby" you will bestruck by the overwhelming drabness and dullness of the setting Joycehas created.

In James Joyce's “Araby” it seems that the plot falls susceptible to the average love plot.
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In this paper I will be discussing five scholarly peer reviewed journals that also discusses the use of image and theme that James Joyce created in his short story “Araby”....

In the short story a young boy secretly falls in love with a girl and promises to bring her a gift from Araby....
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