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Maple Dubliners

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Maple Dubliners

First Published in 1914, Dubliners is a beautiful collection of vignettes describing Irish middle class life in and around Dublin at the end of the 19th century. Joyce’s intention in writing Dubliners, in his own words, was to write a chapter of the moral history of his own country, and he chose Dublin for the scene because the city appeared to him the centre of paralysis and decay. He tried to present it to the apathetic public under four of it’s aspects: childhood, adolescence, maturity and public life.

‘The Sisters, “ An Encounter’ and ‘Araby’ are stories from childhood. “Eveline,’ ‘After the Race,’ ‘Two Gallants’ and ‘The Boarding House’ are stories from adolescence. ‘A Little Cloud. ‘’ Counterparts, ‘’Clay and ‘A Painful Case’ are all Stories concerned with mature life. Stories from public life are ‘Ivy Day in the Committee Room. ‘ ‘ A Mother’ and ‘Grace. ‘’ The Dead’ is the last story in the collection and most certainly Joyce’s greatest. It stands alone and as the Title would suggest, is concerned with death.

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Brand / Publisher Maple Press
Size 18 x 12
Return Policy 30 Days
Book Type Leisure Read
Edition 2016
ISBN 9789350330944
Author Joyce, J.
Language English
Pages 240
Binding Paperback


Brand Information

Maple Press was launched in 2009 as a platform to introduce the yesteryear classics from all over the world, in attractive formats and at affordable prices. Their unique achievement is in the layout of the text: soothing and easily readable, printed on quality paper. In the market swamped with crammed and eye-straining paperbacks, Their products come as a whiff of fresh air.
They publish Children-activity books, biographies, essay writing books, charts, puzzle-solving books, grammar and general knowledge books, and world-famous classics  Along with these, they have over 200 illustrated storybooks consisting of folklore, mythology and history that not only ignite young minds but also impart morals lessons to them.

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