General summary and personal commentary on "Grace" in James Joyces "Dubliners".
"Grace" begins with a fall down the stairs for our main character Mr.
Kernan. The unconscious and drunken Mr. Kernan is carried up the stairs
and laid out on the bar floor. The manager of the bar repeatedly asks who the
man is and who he was with, but to no avail. A constable is called in to try to
solve the problem, when Mr. Powers enters and solves the mystery and
proceeds to escort Mr. Kernan home.
Upon arriving at the home of his friend, Mr. Powers learns that Mr.
Kernan had been on a drinking binge much to the chagrin of his wife. It is
obvious that she is very upset with he…
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