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BIOGRAPHY OF JAMES JOYCE (1882-1941)

James Joyce was born into a middle-class, Catholic family


in Rathgar, a suburb of Dublin, on February 2, 1882.
Joyce's father, John Joyce even though he was a goodnatured man, was a drinker who wasted the family's
resources. The familys prosperity dwindled, forcing them
to move from their comfortable home to the
unfashionable and impoverished area of North Dublin.
Nonetheless, Joyce attended a prestigious Jesuit school
and went on to study philosophy and languages at
University College, Dublin. He moved to Paris after
graduation in 1902 to pursue medical school, but instead
he turned his attention to writing.

In 1903 he returned to Dublin, where he met his


future wife, Nora Barnacle, the following year.
From then on, Joyce made his home in other
countries. From 1905 to 1915 he and Nora lived
in Rome and Trieste, Italy, and from 1915 to
1919 they lived in Zurich, Switzerland. Between
World War I and World War II, they lived in
Paris. They returned to Zurich in 1940, where
Joyce died in 1941

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1. North Richmond Street


The place where the unnamed boy lives with his uncle
and aunt.

2. Araby
The Arabian theme bazaar.
The place where the boy wants to get something to
Mangans sister.
He finally realizing how nave he was about the trip.

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1. Major Character
The unnamed boy. He is the narrator of the story.
Lives with his uncle and aunt.
Become infatuated with Mangans sister.

2. Minor Characters
Mangan narrators friend.
Mangans sister - A girl whom the boy is
attracted.
Narrators uncle and aunt - The boys
guardian.

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FIRST-PERSON POINT OF VIEW


Its first person narrator that an
adolescent boy who doesnt
identify himself narrates the story.

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THE INTERNAL PROBLEMS HE FACES IS


HIS OBSESSION WITH MANGANS SISTER.
THE EXTERNAL IS HOW HIS DAILY LIFE IS
GETTING IN THE WAY OF HIS OBSESSION.

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LOSS OF INNOCENCE
The boy is totally innocent so he does not know what
these enormous feelings of attraction to the girl mean.
He worships her from afar not daring to speak to her.

FALL FROM QUEST


The boy was on a quest to fulfill his
promise to the girl he adored, and he
failed.

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BLIND
The North Richard Street was blind, and I used a
blind to hide the narrators self from being seen by
Mangans sister.
As its a blind street, people living in the street are
difficult to communicate with the ones outside.
Indicates that the boys dream was only a childish
dream (Mangans sister);

ARABY
Araby is a splendid bazaar where Mangans sister
recommended me to go.
Is a dream new world for the boy.

THE PRIEST
a priest had been a tenant of the boys home.
the priest was indeed a good citizen of Dublin.

LIGHT FROM WINDOW


The author use light from the window
which is so dim
It symbolizes that there is just a little hopes
for the boy, to the loves he had for
Mangan's sister