"The arby" by joyce
In the Araby by James Joyce there are two things that the narrator expects to find. Fist he hoped to find a gift for Mangan's sister the girl who he is infatuated with and second he hopes to escape his household into a new and confident independence, to follow his feeling for Mangan's sister into the adult world. However, when he arrives at the bazaar called Araby, which represents for the boy a new world of freedom and adulthood, he is too late to look in most of the stalls, and he is unable to buy any of the vases and bottles he sees. Yet, just when he finds a stall at the bazaar where h…
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