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Ironical Structures in Dubliners

Summary: Defines irony. Examines the ironical structures in the novel The Dubliners, by James Joyce. Concludes that Joyce's modernist sense about reality that gave him the ironic imagination that enabled him to present the true life of the Dubliners.
Irony :An expression intended to convey the opposite to the literal meaning; language having a meaning or implication for those who understand different from the ostensible one, or different from that of which the speaker is conscious; subtle sarcasm in which apparent praise really conveys disapprobation. This is what the Concise English Dictionary, New Orchard Editions, 1994, has to say about something that many critics and writers tried to gain / control. And there are some that indeed managed to master it, such as James Joyce. But in order to be able to talk about Joyce's irony, there are two more things that need to be settled.First of all we have to take into consideration those privileged moments when time seems to stop, we must remember those centrifugal moments, when the expansion from the central to the margin takes place, thus creating a timeless dimension.There's all...

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