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James Joyce's 'Dubliners'
"'Dubliners' is perhaps the most accessible of Joyce's works. Joyce claimed he wrote this collection to expose what he referred to as the 'paralysis' permeating Dublin. Interestingly, most of the stories were written while Joyce lived outside Ireland."
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Which of these stories is NOT told in the first person?
In the story 'Araby', what exactly is Araby?
The land of Arabia
An Arab man the narrator encounters in Dublin
A young Arab girl
An Arabian bazaar
Whose death is eulogized in 'Ivy Day in the Committee Room'?
General Wolfe Tone
Charles Stuart Parnell
What type of race has just occurred in 'After the Race'?
Track or running race
Who is Michael Furey?
A corrupt priest
The master of a schoolhouse
A famous operatic tenor
A young man who died of pneumonia
Which object does Maria first pick from a bowl in a fortunetelling game?
Who 'dealt with moral problems as a cleaver deals with meat'?
Eveline from 'Eveline'
Gabriel Conroy from 'The Dead'
Mrs. Mooney from 'The Boarding House'
Mrs. Kearney from 'A Mother'
What relation are Miss Kate and Miss Julia to Gabriel Conroy in 'The Dead'?
No relation -- just friends of the family
Where is Eveline expecting to run off to with Frank in 'Eveline'?
This story is the last in 'Dubliners' and was written several years after the others.
'A Painful Case'
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