Writers: James Joyce

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    Dubliners - A corrupt, immoral and broken city to be proud of.

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    For an author, it is normal to want to write about your native country, to describe proudly its character and its people. It is not normal, however, to describe it as a melting pot of corruption and immorality, its people stunted and misguided. James Joyce does precisely this, and he does it with flair. A collection of fifteen individual short stories, Dubliners is nevertheless thematically coherent, arcing from the misled childhood innocence in

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