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Araby by James Joyce
Many people can relate intuitively to James Joyce's Araby in one way or another. We all have had some incident in our lives where we wanted something so badly, but so many things ended going wrong that it was incapable for us to get it. As Ms. Leah Conner asserts, "the story's ends with an epiphany". Webster defines epiphany as a sudden intuitive leap of perceptiveness, especially through an ordinary but striking occurrence. This very well pertains to this story because it is in the end that these events direct the narrator to be enlighten and allow for a new level of knowledge and under…
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