Lost in Love: A Comparison of "At the Pitt-Rivers" to "Araby"
In both Penelope Lively's "At the Pitt-Rivers" and James Joyce's "Araby" the boy narrators have skewed views about love. Throughout his particular story however, each narrator realizes that his ideas on love were mistaken and begins to modify his muddled thinking.
In "At the Pitt-Rivers" the sixteen year-old narrator was certain that he knew all there was to know about love. "I mean, I've seen films and I've read books and I know a bit about things. As a matter of fact I've been in love twice myself" (25 - "At the Pitt-Rivers"). The first time was with a girl from his class at school a…
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