In Araby by James Joyce, what obstacles prevent the narrator from achieving his goal?What epiphany has the narrator experienced by the end of the…

In Araby by James Joyce, what obstacles prevent the narrator from achieving his goal?What epiphany has the narrator experienced by the end of the…

In Araby by James Joyce, what obstacles prevent the narrator from achieving his goal?What epiphany has the narrator experienced by the end of the…

In Araby by James Joyce, what obstacles prevent the narrator from achieving his goal?What epiphany has the narrator experienced by the end of the…

In the short story ‘Araby’ from the Dubliners collection by James Joyce, the author shows us a young lad nearly driven crazy by his frustration in trying to get to a church bazaar/exhibition before it closes for the night. he wants to get a present there for a girl he is sweet on. The first obstacle is his studies and getting finished in time. Then there is the money to buy the gift. But these are trivial obstacles in comparison to the worst one of all – the waiting,waiting, waiting for his uncle to come home so he can leave to catch the train. He grows more and more distressed and irritated, watching the clock and feeling anxious that he will miss the train or the event itself.He realises that the shallow event wasn’t worth the effort.
In Araby by James Joyce, what obstacles prevent the narrator from achieving his goal?What epiphany has the narrator experienced by the end of the…