Discussion of Joyce Use only the liter that′s being talked about in the question


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Discussion of Joyce
Use only the liter that′s being talked about in the questions

How are the characters and the settings introduced in “Eveline”? How is the tone set and the mood created? (You need to really press on the language to get anywhere with these stories.)
What images are used to reveal the environment and evoke the characters? Consider, for instance, the words “dust,” “yellow.”
What do you learn about the main characters’ home life? How do you learn them?
How is the present and past life of Eveline depicted?
What images and figurative language are used in the story (write here about figurative language and images appealing to five senses)?
What symbols are used in the story?
When and why is religious imagery used in the story?
What is stated openly and what is implied (for instance, attitude towards religion, social and political problems)?
What allusions are used in the story?
What binary oppositions can you trace in the story?
How would you describe the narrative in the story?
How is the motif of the quest/journey (real or imaginative) used in the stories? Who goes on a quest?
What changes Eveline’s attitude towards unknown land? Why?
What happens at the end of “Eveline”? Through a close reading of the text, attempt to answer this question. Analyze what causes the decision of Eveline to stay in the story bearing the same name. Why Eveline would not even give Frank and “sign of love or farewell or recognition”?

II. Comparison: 1. Compare the expositions of “Araby” and “Eveline”: How are the characters and the settings introduced? How is the tone set and the mood created? (You need to really press on the language to get anywhere with these stories.)
2. What images are used to reveal the environment and evoke the characters? Consider, for instance, the words “blind,” “dust,” “yellow,” “dark,” and “light”.
3. What do you learn about the main characters’ home life? How do you learn them?
4. How is the present and past life of the characters depicted?
5. What images and figurative language are used in the story (write here about figurative language and images appealing to five senses)?
6. What symbols are used in the stories?
7. When is religious imagery use in the stories? Why?
8. What is stated openly and what is implied (for instance, attitude towards religion, social and political problems)?
9. What allusions are used in the stories?
10. What binary oppositions can you trace in each story?
11. How would you describe the narrative in each story?
12. How is the motif of the quest/journey (real or imaginative) used in the stories? Who goes on a quest?
13. What changes the narrator’s attitude towards Araby and Eveline’s attitude towards unknown land? Why?
14. What happens at the end of “Araby” and “Eveline”? Through a close reading of the text, attempt to answer this question. Analyze what causes the apparently sudden shift in the narrator from optimism to despair, from joy to grief in “Araby” and the decision of “Eveline” to stay in the story bearing the same name. Why does the narrator in “Araby” accuse himself of vanity in the end of the story and why Eveline would not even give Frank and “sign of love or farewell or recognition?
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