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Lit Paper Ms. Sanchez The Dead The short story “The Dead” is the final story in the “Dubliners” by James Joyce. It is different than all other stories found in the story. While in “The Sisters” a young boy is affected by the death of a “father figure” in his life. While the two women in the stories in “Eveline” and “Clay” are distraught because they are haunted by death. But in the story “The Dead” it explains how someone’s death can affect someone’s heart and future experiences. Throughout this whole story Gretta is reminded of the mad whom she once loved, which is different than any of the ways death is brought up in the other short stories Joyce wrote in this book. While the title “The Dead” represents her very memories of the man who had passed. It also shows how death can effect our lives even long after our loved ones are gone. Michael Furey who was Gretta’s love and the Morkan’s brother all affect the lives who are still living. This is different because the other stories do not show a past or future they tend to focus on the
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This essay was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course RELIGION 1010 taught by Professor Kupka during the Spring '07 term at College of Southern Nevada.

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