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James Joyce- "Araby" analysis

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Department
English
Course
ENG140Y5
Professor
Collin Hill
Semester
Fall

Description
James Joyce – “Araby” 1) Close Reading: A fundamental form of literary analysis that is based on detailed, focused consideration of a textual passage. Close reading proceeds from precise and sustained analysis of the words used in a given passage to consideration of its larger ideas and literary devices. When performing a close reading consider: language, diction, syntax, sentence structure, rhythm, and literary devices such as metaphor, irony, illusion etc. 2) Structural Irony  Verbal Irony – when the implied meaning of an utterance
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