Araby - Modernist Perspective
... into ecstasy. Our narrator begins by describing the setting in which ... later in the essay.
Being a modernist writer, Joyce writes with a ... inevitable end for everyone. In 'Araby', he uses a young child ... ;The narrator begins the story by describing the times after supper ... a creature driven and derided by vanity: and my eyes burned ... his hopes were strangled by reality. Joyce uses irony to portray the ... Word Count: 1170 | Page Count: 5