Nrrative technique of the short story Araby.

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      For any writer particularly prose writer narrative style and narrative technique always matter a lot. One author a sometimes known for his or her particular narrative style. For instances Charles Dickens is remembered for his particular uniqueness as a prose writer. Vagina Wolf is famous for her own way of narrative technique. Similarly, James Joyce in the history of English fiction is particularly remembered for his own way of narrative writing and technique. More than as a short story writer James Joyce is specially remembered as a novelist. And naturally when the same person write a short story, his lines are are bound to be influenced by the novelist inside him.

Araby as a short story is particularly remembered for its essay narration, whereby the narrative technique closely follows the first person narration where the author himself becomes his stories own narrator
Araby by James Joyce

      His Araby as a short story is particularly remembered for its essay narration, whereby the narrative technique closely follows the first person narration where the author himself becomes his stories own narrator. The entire story flow into a very easy narrative method, whereby James Joyce does not trying to employ any kind of tough words and complex expression in this fiction. All the lines arranged in the the story give the impression that the author is taking as gradually into a world of comparison. And that comparison brings into our mind the ideal and the mundane, the real world and the dream world.

      The progression of the narration simply follows the philosophical attitude whereby any author can make his or her piece truly, remarkable and grateful. Araby is altogether a graceful story and the employment of the easy work, simple expression, lines without complexity, absence of tough phrases and sentences have all produced in the mind of the readers. The impression that this story by its sheer force of narration can truly be included as one of the finest of the short story ever written by any English author.

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