Author: James Joyce (1882-1941)
"Dubliners" is a collection of fifteen short stories written by James Joyce and published in 1914. Set in early 20th-century Dublin, the stories depict various aspects of Irish life and society during that time.
Each story in "Dubliners" focuses on different characters and situations, offering a unique glimpse into the lives of ordinary Dubliners. The stories are characterized by Joyce's keen observation, vivid descriptions, and exploration of the human psyche.
The collection delves into themes of paralysis, epiphany, and the mundane routines of daily life. Joyce skillfully captures the struggles, frustrations, and aspirations of his characters, painting a poignant portrait of Dublin and its inhabitants.
Notable stories from the collection include "Araby," "Eveline," "The Dead," and "The Sisters." These stories, along with the others, highlight the complexities of human relationships, the impact of social conventions, and the search for identity and meaning in a changing world.
"Dubliners" is considered a seminal work in modernist literature and a significant contribution to the development of the short story genre. Joyce's masterful storytelling, innovative narrative techniques, and insightful portrayal of the human condition have solidified "Dubliners" as a timeless and influential classic in the realm of literature.
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