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Author: James Joyce; Robert Scholes; Robin Jacques
Publisher: London : Grafton, 1977, ©1967
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The stories deal progressively with youth, adolesence, young adulthood and maturity. Continuity is provided by themes of repression, entrapment and revolt. But the unique wit of the Irish also bubbles frequently to the surface, relished and splendidly displayed.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Joyce; Robert Scholes; Robin Jacques
OCLC Number: 28902424
Notes: This ed., with corrected text and notes, originally published: London : Jonathan Cape, 1967.
"A Triad Grafton Book."
Description: 261 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm
Contents: The sisters--An encounter--Araby--Eveline--After the race--Two gallants--The boarding house--A little cloud--Clay--A painful case--Ivy day in the committee room--A mother--Grace--The dead--A note on the text.
Responsibility: James Joyce ; the corrected text with an explanatory note by Robert Scholes and fifteen drawings by Robin Jacques.

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The stories deal progressively with youth, adolesence, young adulthood and maturity. Continuity is provided by themes of repression, entrapment and revolt. But the unique wit of the Irish also bubbles frequently to the surface, relished and splendidly displayed.

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