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A collection of fifteen stories, evoking the voices and lives that teem in Joyce's vision of his native city
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EDITED BY HANS WALTER GABLER WITH INTRODUCTIONS BY SCARLETT BARON AND JOHN BANVILLEIn this powerfully influential series of short stories, James Joyce captures uneasy souls, shabby lives and innocent minds in the dark streets and homes of his native city. In doing so, he conjures uncertainties and desires, illumines moments of joy and sorrow otherwise lost in private memory, and pierces the many mysteries at the heart of things.
Joyce's stories remain undimmed in their brilliance
Dubliners is interested in all of us, rich and poor, old and young, men and women. It's filled with humour and love, pain and loss. Above all, it rings out with a love of these streets, of the voices of the people who inhabit them
Truly exhilarating...a vivid, detailed and breathtaking portrait of a city and its citizens
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James Joyce was born on 2 February 1882 in Dublin. He studied modern languages at University College, Dublin. After graduating, Joyce moved to Paris for a brief period in 1902. In 1904 Joyce met Nora ...