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system as well as an authority figure. Lengel points the fault of the girls about their outfit embarrassing them and angering Sammy. Stokesie is a checkout clerk in the store. He is only a few years older than Sammy, but he is already married and has two children. Sammy condescends to Stokesie, because Stokesie intends to make a career out of working at the A&P. However, Sammy also identifies with him in some ways and sees him as a cautionary example of how he himself might end up. 3. The setting impacts the tone to following the beginning of the story. It shows how people judge from the perception of outer appearance such as clothing. Araby 2
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Nguyen By James Joyce 1. The introduction characterizes the physical environment and set the tone of the story to come. A shady and discrete place, where secrets could possibly be harbored. The streets allows for secrecy in a sense, enabling Araby with tactical advantage to hide unseen as he spies in admiration of Mangan’s sister. 2. Araby is disappointed in his failure to procure a gift to impress Mangan’s sister, resulting in a low and depressed self-esteem and outlook on life. He feels filled of anguish and angry for that reason as I described in the above statement. 3. Araby could be viewed as a quest narrative because the adventures for a cause worthy of his desires. He is faced with challenges and lessons in place for him to overcome. 3
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