posted by Henry2 on .
I forgot to include these last sentences. Thank you.
1) What does the world outside her window remind Eveline of?/ OR make her think about? (both possible?)
2) Eveline and the other children used to play and shelter by vigilance against her father, who used to interfere with and spoil their play.
3) Eveline notices the picture of a priest, which has become a yellowing photograph.
4) The reader becomes aware of the end of Eveline's dreams about an alternative life linked to love and freedom.
5) Whose point of view is adopted? Eveline's. What kind of technique is adopted to give voice to Eveline's thoughts? Free indirect thoughts.
6) "Epiphany" is both a recurrent theme in Joyce's Dubliners and a narrative technique Joyce adopts to express the character's consciousness (taking the reader beyond the usual aspects of life).Do you agree with me on that???
7) An epiphany describes a sudden revelation in the everyday life of the characters caused by a trivial gesture, an external event or a bad situation which leads them to a more profound understanding of themselves and the situation in which they live. 8) The characters, however, don’t act upon this realization but passively continue with their lives as before.
1. both, yes
2. I don't understand this: "used to play and shelter by vigilance against her father"
8. comma after "realization"