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The first three stories in Dubliners have first-person narrators. The remaining 12 stories have third-person narrators.
All of the stories in Dubliners are written in the past tense.
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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