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Joyces Eveline is a story about a young woman who was unhappy with her life so decides to run off with a man whom she fell in love with The plot of the story is a quest-like search for the love she doesnt feel with her father The writer spreads this throughout the story showing the depth of Evelines character and her problems that come mainly from her father and all that arise from their relationship The best moment in Eveline only comes after the long flashbacks into Evelines life end where the time finally comes for her to leave her past life behind and join Frank in Buenos Ayres Eveline is torn between her desire to leave and the thought of her future husband The conflict between Evelines decision to leave and her desires to stay shows only at the end when she is frozen with paralysis and the story ends on this She set her white face to him passive like a helpless animal Her eyes gave him no sign of love or farewell or recognition Araby is a story about a boy whose life revolves around Mangans sister To develop the plot of the story Joyce uses some of the boys background information the setting and why the boy is in love with the girl to help the story unfold Things start to become difficult at the point where the boy finally talks to Mangans sister She asks him whether or not he was going to the bazaar and at the end of that conversation he answers by telling her that if hes going to the bazaar hell bring he something For the best moment of the story the boy finally goes to the bazaar but instead of it being one huge ordeal the bazaar turns out to be quite small due to the fact that the boy arrived there when most of the stalls were closed The end of the story
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