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Author: James Joyce

Year Published: 1914

Type: Short Stories

Genre: Fiction

Perspective and Narrator:

The first three stories in Dubliners have first-person narrators. The remaining 12 stories have third-person narrators.

Tense:

All of the stories in Dubliners are written in the past tense.

About the Title:

Dubliners takes its title from the characters in the stories that make up the collection. Each story focuses on a resident of Dublin, Ireland, from a number of economic classes and social backgrounds.

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