"Araby," is a story centered around first love, ideals and dreams. The setting of this story becomes the main idea. This city, in which the narrator grew up in has helped him grow into maturity. The narrator seems to be terribly infatuated with a girl, who happens to be his friend Mangan's older sister, throughout this story. Throughout the story, he watches this girl's doorstep every morning and becomes terribly excited as she leaves her home. When the girl tells the narrator how she is unable to go to the Araby, he tells her, if he goes he will bring her something back. He is prese…
- "Araby" by James Joyce.
- Compares "Araby" by James Joyce, and "My Antonia" by Willa cather
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