Dubliners: Discussing the Strategy of James Joyce
James Joyce uses different tactics to portray life and confront different issues in Ireland in his book, Dubliners. Joyce creates his characters with great detail and explanation. For instance, no eight-year-old boy uses "very truculent, grey and massive, with black cavernous nostrils and circled by a scanty white fur" to describe a dead man's face like he does in "The Sisters" (8). His use of language and different scenarios in Dubliners are, at times, not realistic, but they implant an image of the situation in the reader's mind.
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