Dubliners is a collection of short stories written by Irish author James Joyce (1882-1941) and published in 1914. Dubliners was conceived during a very complex time for Ireland and Irish nationalism and Joyce used these15 stories to stage a sort of moral chapter of Ireland’s history as a way of proposing change, by subverting the stagnation of his countrymen. Dubliners offers a look into the city’s everyday life; into the routines of the people affected by the winds of change in the political landscape and public opinion. It shows us how far reaching is the power of new ideas, without becoming a political pamphlet or propaganda.
Año: 2016 | Páginas: 192