In his short story entitled 'Araby', James Joyce does an excellent job portraying a section of life in Dublin that revolves around a young boy who develops an infatuation with his friend's sister and how he finds beauty in her among the darkness of life. There are many lines in this story that I found to be marvelous. Being a creative writing major, I tend to focus more on the author's style and wording than the actual, deeper meaning, although I can certainly appreciate that in this novel.
In the third paragraph, the lines 'The cold air stung us and we played till our bodies glowed', br…
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