Unsatisfied Quest modernisum "Araby", by James Joyce compared to "Bartleby The Scrivener", by Herman Melville
A "Quest" is a story in which a hero or a group of heroes seek to solve a problem. Traditionally the hero was sent by a fisher king to retrieve an object to restore the health of the kingdom. The modernist movement introduced the idea that the hero could fail his quest. This leaves the quest unsatisfied.
"Araby", by James Joyce, is a good example of a modernist unsatisfied quest. The main character is narrating his childhood. He told of his friend Mangan and when he sees his sister, he feels strangely and passionately drawn to her. The young boy dreams of Mangan's…
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