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James Joyce’s short story "Eveline" was written in 1904 and it was first published in The Irish Homestead. In this story, Joyce writes about the main character Eveline, whose desire to fit into the role of loyal Catholic daughter prevents her from fleeing with her sweetheart Frank to Buones Ayres. Characterization, narration, inner-conflicts of the narrator, and the setting will be discussed to further understand the social status of women at the beginning of the 20th century. Students will analyze the story together with the literary terms they studied at the beginning of the semester.

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